West Ham are interested in signing Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie this summer, according to a report from the Daily Record, and some Gers fans have reacted on Twitter to the claims, urging Steven Gerrard not to sell the young stopper.

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David Moyes might be after a new goalkeeper this summer.

Lukasz Fabianski and Darren Randolph are 35 and 32 respectively.

West Ham do have Nathan Trott and Joseph Anang coming up through the ranks. But it is unclear as to whether David Moyes fully trusts the young duo to play Premier League football just yet.

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Robby McCrorie (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

And with that in mind, the Daily Record claims that Rangers stopper Robby McCrorie is on the Hammers’ radar.

Big talent

The Gers youngster left Ibrox to join Livingston on loan in January. And he has really impressed, conceding 21 goals in 19 league games, and keeping five clean sheets in the process (Transfermarkt).

Standing at 6ft 4in tall, the 22-year-old cuts an imposing figure.

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard loves McCrorie as well. He told Four Four Two just how highly he rates the young goalkeeper:

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Steven Gerrard (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

“I rate him very highly. If Robbie keeps developing at the speed he is then I’ve got no doubt he can come back here and effect the two main positions here for the goalkeeping position.”

And perhaps that is why some Rangers fans are to resistant to the idea of Gerrard selling McCrorie to West Ham this summer…

 
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