Goalkeeper Robby McCrorie signs new long-term deal with Rangers

McCrorie's existing deal was due to expire next summer.

Goalkeeper Robby McCrorie signs new long-term deal with Rangers SNS Group

Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie has signed a new contract with the club, extending his stay at Ibrox until 2025.

McCrorie’s existing deal was due to expire at the end of this season, and there had been questions about his future at the club but that has now been settled with a long-term commitment.

The 24-year-old has had loan spells with a number of clubs including Livingston, and made his first team debut for Rangers last season.

Though behind Allan McGregor and Jon McLaughlin in the pecking order at Ibrox, he is aiming to establish himself in the first team picture.

Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst said: “I am delighted Robby has agreed to sign a new deal with us. He is continuing to develop as a goalkeeper and has learned so much from both Allan and Jon.

“His recent Scotland call-up is testament to his quality, and his professionalism and attitude are a real credit to Robby and a real asset for the club.”

Goalkeeping coach Colin Stewart told the club website: “I’m delighted for Robby and he thoroughly deserves his new deal as he continues to show a brilliant attitude to his work, and he challenges both Allan and Jon every day in training.

“This new deal and his recent Scotland call-up show just how highly-rated he is at club and international level, and we look forward to working further with Robby in these next few years.”