Report: Maciej Gostomski waiting for contract decision from Rangers following Ibrox trial

Polish goalkeeper Matiej Gostomski has ended his Rangers trial.

According to The Scottish Sun, Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski has finished his trial at Rangers - and is waiting to hear whether he will join the Ibrox club permanently.

The Gers have had a whole host of trialists at the club since appointing Mark Warburton as manager over the summer, with varying degrees of success.

The likes of Wes Foderingham, Andy Halliday and Jason Holt all won contracts off the back of their displays on trial, but players like Reece Wabara, George Glendon, Gai Assulin and John Eustace weren't so lucky.

Now, it's Polish goalkeeper Maciej Gostomski bidding to win a deal with Rangers, having joined the club for training earlier this week.

The 27-year-old is out of contract with Polish side Lech Poznan at the end of the month, and is therefore looking for a new club ahead of the January transfer window.

The Scottish Sun report that Gostomski has now left Glasgow in order to return to Poland, and is now waiting for a decision from Rangers over whether he will win a contract.

The aforementioned Foderingham is Rangers' first choice goalkeeper, but with Cammy Bell injured, Warburton may be looking for some experienced cover.

Gostomski could be the man to provide some veteran backup, and he is now playing a waiting games as he gets ready to learn whether he has a long-term future at Rangers.

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