A number of Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to comment on reports from the Evening Times suggesting that Ross McCrorie could be on the way out of Ibrox once again this summer.
McCrorie recently returned to Rangers after spending last season on loan at Portsmouth. It was a reasonable spell in League One for the 22-year-old, and it appears that he could also spend the coming campaign elsewhere.
The Evening Times has claimed that Pompey are keen to re-sign McCrorie. But it is Hibernian who reportedly lead the race to sign the youngster.
It is suggested that Steven Gerrard wants to keep McCrorie. But the Evening Times does appear to hint that Jack Ross would like to sign the youngster permanently before looking at a loan deal.
There are plenty of Rangers fans who believe that another loan move for McCrorie could prove beneficial. However, many have insisted that the Gers should not entertain the idea of selling him permanently.
Plenty still believe that McCrorie has an incredibly bright future ahead of him. And they are adamant that he can make the grade with Rangers.
It would certainly be a controversial decision should the Light Blues choose to offload McCrorie permanently.
Here is how some of the supporters reacted to the reports linking McCrorie with a move away from Rangers…
Shouldn’t sell him
— KingKatic (@king_katic) August 5, 2020
We should not be letting this guy go, he has so much potential!
— Ryan Yorkston (@RyanYorkieBar) August 6, 2020
I’d be disappointed with that. He’s exactly what we missed in midfield 2nd half of last season, someone with a bit of dig that can actually tackle
— Jamie28 (@jamied28) August 5, 2020
Hopefully just a loan, long term I think he can defo offer us something. Young lads just need time & exposure to develop 👍🇬🇧
— Andrew Ferguson (@Fergie_78) August 5, 2020
Decent move for him if it is just a loan and they play him at CDM.
— Alan Murdoch (@alanmurdoch70) August 5, 2020
Disappointing. Some say he’s not good enough for Rangers, but I don’t recall him putting a foot wrong. Plus, I remember the gaffer saying that Ross would be the future captain of Rangers and Scotland. There’ve been plenty of games where we could’ve used his steel in the last year
— Michael Stroopwafel-Mcflurry (@orangeblue37) August 6, 2020
Would hope it’ll only be on loan, still think he has sometching to offer us long term
— Alfredo Escobar (@greatdane1969) August 5, 2020
Better just be a loan
— cameron smith (@cameron56689617) August 5, 2020