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McCrorie and Kelly should look for January exit

McCrorie and Kelly should look for January exit - Rangers

Rangers will be looking to gain the upper-hand in the title race as they currently find themselves trailing behind bitter rivals Celtic. 

The Bluenoses could definitely do with bringing in at least a couple of additions in the January transfer window, with Alfredo Morelos lacking support and Ovie Ejaria back at Liverpool.

Steven Gerrard has provided a number of youngsters with opportunities in the current campaign, but things haven’t always worked out for all of them. So, with the January transfer window almost here, perhaps a number of the club’s youngster will be shipped out on loan.

With that in mind, these TWO Rangers youngsters could really benefit from a January exit…


Ross McCrorie has failed to live up to expectations in the current campaign under Steven Gerrard, despite impressing last time out against Hibernian.

The versatile youngster has featured 17 times for the Bluenoses this season but the majority have been from the substitutes’ bench, as the likes of Connor Goldson, Nikola Katic, Joe Worrall and Gareth McAuley remain ahead of him in the pecking order.

Therefore, with plenty of progression still to be had and with regular minutes being hard to come by in midfield and defence, a loan move in January would provide him with the best opportunity to work his way back into Gerrard’s plans if he impresses.


The 18-year-old is one of the Ibrox club’s rising stars, having made his competitive debut against Ayr United in the Betfred Cup. But, he is yet to feature in Europe or in the Scottish Premiership, with three cup competition appearances to his name at this moment in time.

There’s no doubt that he will be a special player in the future for Rangers, but right now he could do with joining a club lower down the Scottish football ladder to secure regular, competitive minutes.

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