Rangers fans want 29-year-old signed on a free, amid reports Gerrard is keen
Rangers are reportedly keeping tabs on the future of St. Johnstone and Scotland goalkeeper Zander Clark – and Gers fans have reacted on Twitter.
Clark, 29, is out of contract at the end of the season and Rangers are monitoring developments. They could make a cut-price January move.
Or, get him on a free – which would see Clark join the club in the summer. Allan McGregor, of course, looks more than likely to retire next summer.
McGregor only signed a one-year extension with the potential of Champions League football. His form has dipped this season, and he could go.
Rangers do also have Jon McLaughlin, as well as highly-rated Robby McCrorie – the younger brother of ex-Rangers and Aberdeen star Ross.
But Steven Gerrard is seemingly keen on strengthening that part of his side and is looking at options. Clark is one of those, having starred for the Saints.
What are Rangers fans saying about St. Johnstone stopper Clark?
The Glasgow-born star played for both Celtic and Rangers youth teams, before coming through at Hamilton and then joining the Saints at 16.
Having made a couple of loans, Clark is now just 12 games shy of reaching a double century of appearances. He has kept 66 clean sheets in 188 games.
Last season, of course, it was Clark that got an assist against Rangers in the dying seconds – and then helped knock Rangers out of the cup on penalties.
Rangers fans have had their say on Clark and with a new goalkeeper needed, it is the opinion of many that Clark is a good option on a free.