‘No Risk, No Brainer’ ‘My Keeper Of The Year Tbh’ Fans On Twitter Back Rangers To Secure Free Transfer Move

‘No Risk, No Brainer’ ‘My Keeper Of The Year Tbh’ Fans On Twitter Back Rangers To Secure Free Transfer Move
‘No Risk, No Brainer’ ‘My Keeper Of The Year Tbh’ Fans On Twitter Back Rangers To Secure Free Transfer Move
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One of these is Jed Wallace, the Millwall winger who has been in exceptional form over the last couple of seasons, he already has three goals and three assists this term too and, speaking to Football Insider, former Premier League striker Kevin Phillips, believes that the 27-year old could make a real impact for the Light Blues – if Rangers win the race for his signature:

“Wallace has been a top player for Millwall over the past few years. He has proved to be a good signing for them.

“I think he would shine if he went up there. He has all of the attributes to move up to Scotland, settle in quickly and do really well.

“We know he possesses a lot of quality so if he goes up to Rangers, which I can see happening, Steven Gerrard will be getting a player who can slot into that squad quickly.

The 29-year-old has been linked with the Gers and Old Firm rivals Celtic in recent months. Supporters on Twitter think he would be a decent number two for Allan McGregor:

Robby McCorie would be the next in line and there is a case to be made for the 22-year-old to be given a spot on the bench after his impressive displays out on loan at Livingston.

However, the shot-stopper has only made eight appearances in the Premiership and, as some supporters mention, it may be more beneficial for him to leave on a temporary basis once again in order to gain more experience.

With McGregor now 38 years of age, a long term replacement for the veteran keeper will be needed soon, but Hladky could prove to be a useful backup in the meantime.

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