Prem trio eye Rangers keeper

Sky Sports understands Manchester City, Manchester United and Sunderland are all chasing Rangers starlet Robby McCrorie.

Last Updated: 20/11/12 at 14:40 Post Comment

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Scottish youth international McCrorie is only 14-years-old but he is already catching the eye.

Despite his tender years, he has already trained with Rangers' first team and is being tipped for the top.

McCrorie featured in the Victory Shield for Scotland, and he impressed scouts with a string of top performances.

Now Sky Sports understands that United, City and Sunderland are all interested in luring him south of the border.

Rangers would obviously be loath to lose one of their prized youngsters but, now they are in Division Three in Scotland, could find it harder than ever to fend off Premier League interest.

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