As per the Scottish Sun, Rangers are planning on handing the McCrorie twin brothers Ross and Robby new deals.
The former, a centre-back, has established himself in the first team this term since his debut 2 months ago, going on to make 8 more appearances across all competitions for the Light Blues.
Robby on the other hand is currently impressing on loan at Berwick Rangers, and could be recalled in January to provide further depth for the goalkeeping department.
The 19-year-old pair graduated from the club’s academy and are regarded as future integral players.
Ross is set to put pen to paper for an extension that will keep him at Ibrox until 2021 and also significantly increase his wages.
Since making his bow in the Scottish League Cup quarter-final clash against Partick Thistle in September, the Scotland youth international has been impressive, putting in an eye-catching performance against Celtic while also scoring in the 3-nil win over Partick Thistle 2 games ago.
Keeping the McCrories for the future is definitely a great move by Rangers as the talented duo can help form the core of the first team going forward.