Date: 5th July 2018 at 1:50am
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While Rangers have been mainly focused on welcoming incomings at Ibrox, there is talk of potential outgoings at the club. One such player is Wes Foderingham who has amassed over 100 appearances for the Gers, but the Englishman has been linked with a move away from Ibrox. Is this the most appropriate time to cash-in on the experienced goalkeeper?

According to Football Insider, Steven Gerrard is willing to allow the 27-year-old to leave Ibrox this summer, and it appears that the returning Allan McGregor will be entrusted as the Gers’ first-choice goalkeeper for the forthcoming season.

Since joining Rangers from Swindon Town, the English goalie has proved to be an important figure for the Gers, and he played a notable role as the Gers attained promotion to the top-flight of Scottish football in the 2015-16 season.

Nonetheless, if the goalkeeper doesn’t attain the full trust of his manager, then perhaps this summer represents the best opportunity for both parties to move their respective ways, the transfer could prove to be mutually beneficial for both club and player.

If Foderingham does leave this window – which appears increasingly likely – he’ll be regarded as a player who played a crucial role in Rangers’ redevelopment and steady return to prominence. He has also proven to be a very dependable and humble player.

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