It’s widely expected that the Scotland international will seal his return to Ibrox this summer, six years after departing amid turmoil at the club.
Since leaving Rangers, he’s played for Besiktas, Cardiff and Hull while remaining a Scotland cap and there’s no doubt he’s still a quality goalkeeper.
But if anyone was worrying that Rangers were wrong to go after the goalie again, you just have to look at him picking up Hull’s Player of the Year award last night.
Admittedly, they’ve had a difficult season, but that’s still a great achievement at an English Championship club:
— Hull City (@HullCity) May 8, 2018
Rangers haven’t announced McGregor’s signing, but reports say that it’s only a matter of time before he’s paraded alongside Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield.
They’re both out of contract at their clubs this summer and are believed to have signed pre-contracts to join Steven Gerrard’s rebuild at Ibrox.