Lech Poznan vice-president comments on Maciej Gostomski's Rangers trial

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Rangers have taken goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski on trial.

Lech Poznan vice-president Piotr Rutkowski is quoted by The Scottish Sun as saying that goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski asked for permission to join Rangers on trial.

Rangers have taken a whole host of players on trial since Mark Warburton's appointment, and whilst players such as Wes Foderingham, Andy Halliday and Jason Holt all completed successful trial spells, some haven't been quite so successful.

Reece Wabara, John Eustace, George Glendon and Gai Assulin all had trials at Ibrox, but couldn't convince Warburton to sign them permanently.

Now, Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski is the latest player to try his luck at Rangers, having joined the club on trial from Lech Poznan earlier this week.

The 27-year-old shot-stopper hasn't had much of a look in at Lech Poznan this season, and with his contract set to expire at the end of the month, he is looking for a new club.

Rangers may have the aforementioned Foderingham in goal, but Gostomski could challenge to become the second choice goalkeeper at Ibrox, if he does enough to earn a contract.

Now, Lech Poznan vice-president Piotr Rutkowski has stated that Gostomski actually asked for permission to join Rangers on trial, because he wants to try and improve his career away from Polish football, as quoted by The Scottish Sun.

"Maciej asked us for permission to go to Glasgow for a trial because he said he wants to try football outside Poland," said Rutkowski. "We have offered him a contract, but he is free to try elsewhere. If Rangers don’t offer him a contract, then we can discuss his future again," he added.

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