Sunderland are reportedly keen on signing former Rangers keeper Lee Robinson as they prepare for life in League One.

Sunderland will be playing in League One next season after an underwhelming Championship campaign.

Plans have already begun in terms of squad changes, and the Black Cats are said to be keen on former Rangers goalkeeper Lee Robinson, according to the Scottish Sun.

The 31-year-old is currently with Scottish Championship side Dunfermline Athletic, but it is his Instagram profile that has impressed Sunderland the most.

Robinson uploads clips of himself showing his quality in between the sticks, and has attracted over 100,000 followers on the social media site.

Legendary Spanish goalkeeping duo Iker Casillas and Pepe Reina and Middlesbrough’s Darren Randolph have been impressed with Robinson’s clips, and it seems the Black Cats could be offering him a contract soon.

Sunderland goalkeeping trio Robbin Ruiter, Jason Steele and Lee Camp were responsible for 17 errors leading to goals this season, subsequently costing the team a whopping 31 points during the campaign.

The Black Cats surely need a better goalie and, while relying on Instagram clips of the Sunderland-born Robinson is not the best of scouting missions, his stints with the likes of Queen of the South, Greenock Morton and the Light Blues mean he has enough experience to warrant a summer swoop.

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