According to The Scottish Sun, Hibernian have made an improved bid for Ross McCrorie, and the 22-year-old is keen on the move.
McCrorie spent last season out on loan at Portsmouth, and it looks as if he is not in Steven Gerrard’s plans at the moment – the boss himself has even said that he and Greg Docherty can leave if a good enough bid comes in.
Hibs already made one offer, which was rejected, and they have now returned with a new bid. McCrorie is believed to be eager to move to Edinburgh.
However, should Hibs put in a good enough offer, his departure would be the best for all involved. Gerrard’s recent comments suggest he has no future with the 54-time Scottish champions, and the last thing he needs is another loan, especially at his age.
Should Rangers sell Ross McCrorie?
If he does depart, he will be able to join a new club, whilst the Gers themselves will receive a healthy fee that they can perhaps put to use to strengthen their squad. It would be a win-win situation for all involved.
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