Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has revealed that midfielder Ross McCrorie could be sent out on loan next season.
The Gers boss said he will sit down with the 21-year-old in the coming weeks to discuss the player’s future but admits game time will be limited if he stays at Ibrox:
“If he’s expecting to start every single game, that won’t be the case. But I’ll speak to him before deciding what to do next.”
McCrorie made 31 appearances in all competitions for Rangers last season but he managed just eleven starts in the Scottish Premiership.
The arrival of Joe Aribo from Charlton means there will be fewer opportunities in his favoured midfield role, with Glen Kamara and Ryan Jack likely to be favoured ahead of him.
McCrorie will also have to compete with Greg Docherty, who has returned from his loan spell at Shrewsbury Town.
Moving back into defence may also not be possible either. Nikola Katic and Connor Goldson are likely to be the first choice centre-back pairing, with new signing from Oldham, George Edmundson, the favourite to be the third choice centre-half.