Wes Foderingham has certainly had a rather difficult season at Rangers this year.
Having been a key and influential member of the squad in campaigns gone by, he has had to sit on the substitutes bench for the majority of this season and watch Allan McGregor strut his stuff in between the sticks for Steven Gerrard’s side.
And, there is only so much a player can take when being forced to wait for his chance.
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So, it will come as no surprise to hear that Foderingham is set to quit Ibrox this summer and seek regular first-team football elsewhere. Well, that is according to sources close to Football Insider.
They state that the 28-year-old would be more than happy to remain with another club in Scotland or cross the border and return to England if the right offer where to be made.
Foderingham has been an excellent servant for Rangers over the years and helped get the Light Blues back into the Scottish Premiership in his first season at Ibrox.
Per the report by Football Insider, the shot-stopper had some incredible stats when he was the undisputed number one, having kept 51 clean sheets in his 136 appearances, conceding just 142 goals.
However, the arrival of McGregor clearly ended any hopes that he would have of being a key member of Gerrard’s side and he has had to patiently wait for an opportunity that he may be handed, although they have been few and far between over the last 12 months or so.
And, with the recent rumours that St. Johnstone’s Zander Clark is being targeted by Rangers, it would make sense that the Englishman looks to move away from Ibrox to further his career.
It would not be a surprise if there were Scottish Premiership or even English Championship sides currently considering whether to make a move for Foderingham in the summer, however, any developments remain to be seen.
Rangers fans, are you surprised Foderingham wants to quit the club? Or did you expect it with the way this season has gone? Let us know your thoughts below.
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