Liam Kelly has been heavily linked with a move to Rangers this week, and now fans of the Ibrox side have unearthed old social media posts that underline the goalkeeper's love for the club.

The 28-year-old stopper is approaching the end of his contract at Motherwell, and is thought to be on Philippe Clement's radar as the Scottish summer transfer window approaches.

In his formative years, Kelly spent 12 years climbing the ranks in Rangers' youth academy, before moving to Livingston in 2018 without ever making a first-team appearance.

In the summer of 2019, Kelly then moved to English Championship side Queens Park Rangers, before returning to Scotland on loan at Motherwell during the 2021 January transfer window – a move that was later made permanent.

During his time at Rangers, Kelly spoke his mind on social media, with intrepid fans having now rediscovered posts dating back the best part of a decade. 

Another post from 2013 (when Kelly was 18), spoke in praise of his Rangers side when they clinched the SFL Reserve League Championship that year.

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In other Rangers goalkeeping news, former veteran stopper Alan McGregor has landed his latest post-football job, having been named among Premier Sports' star-studded line-up for their coverage of this weekend's Scottish Cup final 2024 between Rangers and Celtic.

This marks Rangers' final game of the current campaign, and will see Philippe Clement's side clinch a league and cup double should they overcome their rivals at the national stadium this Saturday, May 25.