Returning to Rangers a 'no-brainer' says Allan McGregor

Tanya Simon
May 17, 2018

The 36-year-old is still at the peak of his game and becomes new manager Steven Gerrard's second signing since taking over at Ibrox earlier this month. 'When the chance came, it was a no-brainer and I am buzzing to be back. But once there is a wee sniff it could happen, then obviously it's exciting.

No official deal has been done for the winger but when talking about the future of the Rangers loanees, Allen confirmed there is a clause in place to keep Murphy.

'There are so many great memories and you couldn't write the script for some of them now.

With over 350 appearances to his name at club level - between Zenit, Liverpool and Fenerbahce - the Slovakian would add a wealth of experience to the Rangers outfit and Gerrard would undoubtedly know how to get the best out of the centre-back. "I think it is a coup to land Steven Gerrard". Although he won't officially begin his managerial reign until 1 June, Gerrard spoke of his delight at capturing McGregor last night. 'Hopefully, he will bring that winning mentality back.

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Gerrard said of McGregor: 'He is a vastly experienced goalkeeper who we feel can add to the options available to us now.

"We need to make this place a fortress where nobody wants to come", he said.

"We'll see, no final decisions have been made". It's obvious that he is below the required level in the Premier League and it was hard to judge how he would have done in the club's promotion winning campaign previous year as he underwent heart surgery and missed a lot of action.

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