Date: 22nd November 2017 at 12:40pm
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Rangers are set to try and tie Ross McCrorie and his brother Robby McCrorie to the club by offering them long term deals, according to a report.

The Scottish Sun report that the twin brothers will both be offered extensions to their current deal, with Ross’ new deal being one that will “dwarf” his current salary.

It is reported that he is set to sign the new deal imminently.

Both brothers’ current deals are set to end in 2019, and the same report states, at least for Ross, that the new deal would run until 2021.

Ross, who plays at centre back, has had an impressive season for the Gers so far, breaking into the first team and grabbing his first goal for the club.

Ross has featured nine times across all competitions this season for the Light Blues, with seven of his appearances coming in the Premier League.

Since making his fist league appearance of the season, the defender has been ever present for Rangers in the league, though he only made a five minute cameo against St Johnstone.

The highly thought of defender has risen through the ranks at the club, and was even captain of the U-20 side before getting his opportunity this season.

The 19-year-old spent the last two season out of loan, getting game time at both Dumbarton and Ayr United.

Meanwhile brother Robby, who plays as a goalkeeper, is yet to get his first team opportunity with the Gers and is currently out on loan at Berwick Rangers.

The goalkeeper, who according to the report is set to get an improved deal, has previously spoken out about the benefits of being out loan in terms of helping him improve.

Rangers could opt to recall the young goalkeeper in January as there an option in the deal with Berwick.

In other Rangers news, the Gers and bitter rivals Celtic are joint second favourites to snap up this Premier League forward in January.

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