Robby McCrorie has refused to rule out another loan exit away from Glasgow Rangers next season.
McCrorie discusses Gers future
23-year-old McCrorie is currently on loan at Livingston in the Premiership and has played 14 games in the top flight so far this term (Transfermarkt), with boss Gary Holt calling him “excellent” on his league debut (The Scottish Sun).
Speaking ahead of Livingston’s clash with Hibernian this weekend, McCrorie was discussing his Rangers future, and he refused to rule out leaving on a temporary basis once more. He said (via sportsmole.co.uk):
“We have six league games left and hopefully a run in the Scottish Cup but I don’t think I can look too far in terms of the summer.
“It is not really up to me what happens, that is up to the gaffer at Rangers.
“I will go in at pre-season or whatever and try to do my best. It will be a case of looking at it.
“But I love playing football so I would probably be open to going out on loan again but we will see.
“I signed a deal in the summer so I have another two years at Rangers after this season. The most important thing for any young player is to be playing games.
“I will go back at the end of the season, assess what is best for going forward and I have all the support networks to help me get where I need to go.”
Plenty of competition
At 23, McCrorie will have been hoping to have already broken into the Gers side. Unfortunately, he has one of the greatest goalkeepers in the club’s history in front of him in Allan McGregor. The 39-year-old has kept 16 clean sheets in 23 league matches this campaign and has shipped just seven times – he is arguably as good at the moment as he has ever been.
Will Robby McCrorie replace Allan McGregor?
Still, it is clear McGregor is approaching the end of his career. When he does eventually retire, McCrorie could well have a chance to finally establish himself as the Gers’ number one. The youngster just has to be patient and wait for his opportunity.
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