By Pranav Shahaney

31st Jan, 2023 | 11:30am

Rangers to consider loan move of Alex Lowry on two conditions on transfer deadline day

Rangers are reportedly considering loaning Alex Lowry out on transfer deadline day but they have certain conditions before green lighting his exit.

According to the Athletic’s Jordan Campbell, Gers want Lowry’s club to play a specific brand of football and for that he’ll need to be coached by a certain style of manager.

The 19-year-old has already made his senior debut for the club, both in the SPFL as well as the Champions League.

Via Twitter, Campbell wrote, “Lowry could still go out on loan but was told it was dependent on the right manager and right style of football.”

Makes sense

If Michael Beale does not see too many first-team minutes for the teenager this season, it makes a lot of sense to loan him out.

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Players often come back better when they play regularly and he’s likely to demand first-team football should he move on deadline day.

We’re unaware as to whether or not any offers have come in for the midfielder so far but if they do, there’s likely to be a proper screening process.

Lowry knows that his future is at Ibrox but he will have to fight for it and going out on loan to prove himself is certainly doing that.

We’re keen to see how this transpires and whether or not he moves to a Scottish club or to one south of the border.

The EFL Championship would ideally be at the level he’s at currently and it’ll be good to see him moving to a side fighting for promotion.

In other Rangers news, the club are now fancying their chances of major a January transfer after Fabrizio Romano’s update with a move on the cards.