Rangers have been enjoying their summer so far under Steven Gerrard as they look to compete Old Firm rivals Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.
The Light Blues are still involved with the Europa League and will face Osijek later today (Thursday) as they look to progress to the next round of the tournament.
However, it is understood that Gerrard is still looking to make changes to his squad and is still active in the transfer market, however, his latest decision looks to be about a departure from Ibrox.
Kieran Wright has decided to head to Raith Rovers on a loan spell and the club have confirmed the move with a post on Twitter.
Raith Rovers have secured the loan signing of goalkeeper Kieran Wright from @RangersFC. The 19 year old stopper is a Scotland under 19 cap, and comes to Stark's Park on loan until the end of December 2018. Welcome to the Rovers Kieran! pic.twitter.com/JkG4QhHfRA
— RRFC Official (@RaithRovers_FC) August 1, 2018
The 19-year-old will join on a temporary deal until the end of December and will be looking to help put them into a position to get into the Championship after the side just missed out last season.
The move for Wright will be a good one as the 19-year-old would like to start getting a taste of first-team football.
The 19-year-old is highly-rated at Rangers and has impressed for the developmental side, which earned him a one-year contract and a loan spell with Albion Rovers last season.
The Light Blues have a number of goalkeeping options already with Allan McGregor, Wes Foderingham, Jak Alnwick and Robby McCrorie to choose from, making Wright’s chances even slimmer.
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