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Report: Wes Foderingham set for Rangers exit



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Glasgow Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has demoted Wes Foderingham as third choice and he is now certain to leave Ibrox in the summer.

According to reports from the Scottish Sun, Glasgow Rangers goalkeeper Foderingham is certain to leave the club after being told he is now third choice keeper behind Allan McGregor and Jak Alnwick.

He was the first choice goalkeeper for the Gers last term, but it seems the club could let him go this summer with Gerrard seemingly having his doubts.

He still has two years on his present deal but he has slipped down the pecking order and could be set for a departure this summer.

The Scottish Sun reports that it looks increasingly likely that the former Swindon keeper’s time in Glasgow is nearing an end, and Rangers are set to listen to offers for him.

Foderingham has no interest to win his place back at Rangers, and he is certain to leave the Ibrox club.

Foderingham is a good keeper and there will be no shortage of interest in him. In fact, he has attracted interest from English clubs, and could go south of the border if indeed he leaves Rangers this summer.