Rangers goalkeeper Jak Alnwick is set for a permanent move to Blackpool as reported by Football Insider.
The twenty-six-year-old signed a season-long loan with the Seasiders in the summer and he’s made twenty-two appearances, so far, conceding just twenty-four goals and keeping seven clean sheets. His hopes of agreeing on a permanent deal in January were dashed when he broke his arm during Blackpool’s 1-0 defeat by Accrington on Boxing Day.
Football Insider claims the keeper has no future at Ibrox. His contract with the Glasgow giants ends in the summer and talks are being held over the possibility of completing a pre-contract agreement which would see the keeper commit his future to the League One outfit and sign a long-term deal in the summer.
Alnwick failed to impress at Rangers after moving north from Port Vale in 2017. He’s made just eleven appearances for the Gers and spent last season on loan at Scunthorpe United.
Alnwick is a top keeper at League One level, and Blackpool fans would be delighted to see him commit his future to the club.
Football Insider is usually a reliable source, so there is a good chance it will happen.
He never settled at Rangers and will be hoping to kick-start his career at Bloomfield Road and help the club achieve their aim of a return to the Championship.