By Saikat Mandal

2nd Jul, 2022 | 3:40pm

Rangers young goalkeeper Jack McConnell on the lookout for new club

Rangers young goalkeeper Jack McConnell is looking to leave the club in the summer, according to journalist, Jordan Campbell.

The Atheltic journalist wrote on his personal Twitter account on 2 July that the 18-year-old is interested to move away from Scotland to further his career.

He was the first-choice goalkeeper for the 18′ side and is known for having “good distribution” skills.

Good luck

The youngster impressed last season and was on goal in the Scottish Youth Cup Final against Hearts.

It was a great advert for youth football at Hampden Park, where the teenager was twice called into action in the dying stages, but he ensured the Gers held on to a deserved 2-1 win.

He probably feels that he would get better opportunities elsewhere if he makes the move, but the decision is a tricky one. At his age, it’s about development, and he should join a club that can offer him regular games.

If he is looking to join any lower league English club, will it be a good move for his career?

The Gers have been really quiet in the transfer market so far, and John Souttar remains their only addition, although that deal was agreed back in January.

The Bears need to sort out the contract situation of some of their players, with the likes of Joe Aribo, Alfredo Morelos, and Ryan Kent all approaching the final year of their respective deals.

In other Rangers news, we have been quoted an eye-watering £8million if we want to sign this Israeli wonderkid from Maccabi Tel Aviv.