Glasgow Rangers have had a good start to their Premiership campaign.
Going into their game against St. Johnstone they held a 100% record, having won their first two matches against Aberdeen and St. Mirren, 1-0 and 3-0 respectively – that also means they hadn’t conceded a goal. Not only that, it also saw them open up a two point lead over their fierce city rivals Celtic.
However, they did not top the table prior to their third game of the campaign – it was actually Hibernian who occupied that spot, as they led the Ibrox outfit on goal difference. Now, it seems that the top two could do business in regards to Ross McCrorie. According to The Glasgow Times, Hibs could be set to make a £200,000 offer for the 22-year-old.
Would you sell McCrorie for £200,000?
This has attracted the news of the Gers supporters, and it seems they are rather unhappy at the rumoured price tag – they appear to believe he is worth much more. They may have a point, with Transfermarkt valuing him at £810,000 whilst he also recently enjoyed a positive loan spell in England with Portsmouth, playing 23 times and providing five assists.
Many have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
If we sell him for anywhere near £200k I will be furious. They wanted £1m for Scott Allan in the Championship https://t.co/bj8AeOVzcG
— Davie⚽ (@WATP115) August 12, 2020
— The_Cable_Guy_1979 (@guy_1979) August 12, 2020
4 million. Nothing less
— ✡️ (@BC7RFC) August 12, 2020
200k is laughable.
— Ewan White (@EwanRfc83) August 12, 2020
A wasted talent. Nobody seems to know his best position because he has been moved far too often. Gerrard once called him a potential Rangers Captain so why doesn’t he get a chance ? When you see McKenna rated at £6m by Aberdeen then £200,000 is not even a joke
— Doug Mac (@ATCO31) August 12, 2020
£200k no , remember scott Allan , £1m and he’s yours 👍
— Gersfan86 (@gersfan86) August 12, 2020
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