Rangers fans in the Transfer Tavern will be disappointed that the club could not keep hold of one of their brightest prospects this summer.
Steven Gerrard has been active behind the scenes when trying to make additions to his squad, in which he has largely been successful, however, the former Liverpool man has lost one of the players he had hoped to keep on a free transfer.
According to a report in the Scottish Sun, Livingston have completed the signing of Liam Kelly on a two-year deal and the Gers were keen to keep him on their books, having been at the club since he was a 10 year old.
It is believed the 22-year-old had asked to be allowed to leave the Ibrox outfit following the arrival of Allan McGregor, making him become the fourth choice to be in between the sticks, with Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick ahead of him.
The former Scotland Under-21 international has a bright future ahead of him and Rangers fans in the Tavern will be disappointed to lose him. There can not really be any blame on him for deciding to move on from the Light Blues, as he will look to enjoy regular first-team football, something that joining Livingston will help him with.
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