Rangers could be about to suffer a potentially huge blow in their chances of challenging for the Scottish Premiership title.
According to BBC Sport, Allan McGregor is facing a possible two-game ban after being issued with a notice of complaint.
The violent conduct charge comes following their win against Aberdeen, where the experienced goalkeeper appeared to aim a kick at Lewis Ferguson.
The 37-year-old is now expected to have a hearing on Tuesday, although that could be delayed if Rangers decide to dispute the charge handed to him.
The game at Pittodrie proved to be a feisty affair as two penalties and two red cards given in the match, with both Alfredo Morelos and Scott McKenna being sent for an early bath.
McGregor, who rejoined the Light Blues in the summer on a free transfer, has been a mainstay in Steven Gerrard’s side and has arguably been one of their best players this season.
The possibility that he will be handed a two-game ban will come as a huge blow to Rangers and could harm their chances of competing for the Scottish Premiership title.
The Ibrox outfit are awaiting the verdict of Morelos’ latest red card, but should both be suspended, then Gerrard’s side could have a challenging couple of games ahead of them.
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