RANGERS Football Club can today announce the departure of Ross McCrorie to Aberdeen.
McCrorie, 22, heads to Pittodrie on-loan for the remainder of the campaign with the deal becoming permanent at the end of the season for an undisclosed fee.
Having graduated from the Rangers Academy Ross made his Rangers debut in September 2017 against Partick Thistle in the League Cup, and would go on to net his first goal against the same opposition in the Scottish Premiership two months later.
In all, he has 55 appearances to his name as a Ranger, most notably playing the full 90 and making a fantastic contribution as the Light Blues earned their first league Old Firm win in almost seven years in December 2018.
Included in his time at Gers have been loan spells with Ayr United, Dumbarton, and last season, English League One outfit Portsmouth.
Rangers Sporting Director Ross Wilson commented: “Having progressed through our Academy to make 55 appearances for Rangers we thank Ross for his contribution to the club over the years.
“Ross wants to play regularly and asked us to allow him to leave permanently if we received an approach to sign him which we have respected.
“He’s a fantastic lad and on behalf of all at Rangers we wish him well.”