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Rangers winger Barrie McKay says he’s keen to sign new Ibrox deal

Barrie McKay in action for Rangers (SNS Group)
Barrie McKay in action for Rangers (SNS Group)

BARRIE McKAY last night urged the next Rangers manager to deal him in at Ibrox.

The Gers opened contract talks with the 22-year-old last month after he was linked with a £6m January move to German giants RB Leipzig.

Discussions have stalled following Mark Warburton’s departure.

But McKay, whose current deal runs out next summer, is ready and willing to commit himself to the Gers on a long-term basis.

“I think the club are probably waiting until they’ve got a new manager in,” said McKay.

“My agent met them and they were pretty keen to get it done, then obviously everything happened with the gaffer and it went quiet.

“I am just waiting to hear again basically.

“I definitely want to be part of things under the new regime.

“Rangers is a massive club. I am happy to be part of it for however long they feel necessary.”


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Despite the controversy and ill-will surrounding ex-gaffer Warburton’s departure from Ibrox,

McKay feels only gratitude for the impact the Englishman had on his career.

He said: “I owe him loads.

“Before he came in, it was more likely that I would have been leaving or going back out on loan.

“He came in and gave me my chance and put a lot of belief in me.

“He put a lot of work in, him and Davie Weir.

“For my performances last year, and even this year, I owe a lot to him.”

McKay’s performance in the Gers’ midweek win over St Johnstone was capped with a goal.

But the winger admits he needs to be hitting the net more often.

“It was pleasing to get the goal because that’s probably my biggest criticism – that I don’t score enough goals,” he said.

“I need to add them to my game. I stay out at training and do shooting and stuff but it’s more trying to get into the right areas.

“Against St Johnstone was probably the most shots I have hit in one game.”