McCrorie has been on the books of Rangers since 2013, but the 22-year-old has yet to establish himself in the Gers’ first team.
The Scottish youngster spent the second half of this past season on loan at Livingston after joining Holt’s side in January 2020.
McCrorie has said that he plans to leave Rangers on loan again in the summer transfer window, and Holt has made it clear that he wants to bring the goalkeeper back to the Tony Macaroni Arena.
McCrorie told Herald Scotland about potentially leaving Rangers on loan: “It’s something we’re working on together with the club and the gaffer because at the end of the day I’m young and I think the best thing for me is to be playing.
“The club recognise that, I want it and have pushed for it, so hopefully pretty soon something will get sorted. I think last season has helped me in terms of options for this year so I think that’s the level the club wants to see me at.”
The Daily Record quotes Holt as saying about McCrorie: “Bringing Robby back is something we’ve been talking about and trying to get done but he’s got a lot of suitors.
“He’s a great young keeper and there’s plenty of clubs after him. Hopefully we can be in pole position to get it done.”
Loan exit sensible
With Allan McGregor the clear first-choice goalkeeper at Rangers and Jon McLaughlin having joined Steven Gerrard’s side already this summer, McCrorie is unlikely to get any playing time at Ibrox next season if he stays.
With Holt so keen on having the youngster back, it would make sense for the 22-year-old to return to Livingston on loan for the 2020-21 campaign and continue to develop.