By Joe Ellis

27th May, 2022 | 5:10pm

Rangers defender Connor Goldson sells Glasgow house to spark exit rumours

Connor Goldson could have played his last game for Rangers as he is now trying to sell his Glasgow home, according to the Scottish Daily Express.

The Light Blues’ vice-captain is being heavily linked with a move back to England with his contract at Ibrox expiring this summer and Nottingham Forest named as the leaders of the race for his signature, especially if they win the Championship playoff final.

Thes rumours have had the petrol thrown on the fire now though with Goldson’s £850,000 home in Scotland up for sale with an inbuilt swimming pool, sauna and cinema room.

The 29-year-old has played 222 games for the Gers since he joined the club from Brighton and Hove Albion in 2018 but might not add to that number.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst may have already foreseen this with the incoming arrival of John Souttar from Hearts on a pre-contract agreement.

Inevitable

He’s enjoyed plenty of wonderful times here in Scotland but we all kind of knew that his stay with us wasn’t going to last forever.

He has rightly been the understudy to James Tavernier with the armband for the majority of his time here and had it not been for the incredible right-back, he’d be held in very high regard by everyone associated with the club.

He still is, in fairness, but if the Premier League is calling, and all the money that comes with it, then you can totally understand why he wants to make that move.

We’ve still got Filip Helander and Leon Balogun who can step in alongside Souttar and Calvin Bassey could yet stick around although he’s attracting plenty of interest too after a stellar end to the 2021-22 season.

Let’s not forget the teenage sensation Leon King who has impressed whenever he’s played for the first team so far and could grow beyond the ability of Goldson if he’s given the time to do so.

In other Rangers news, we have no intentions in keeping this midfielder at the club and he could see his contract terminated as a result.