WES FODERINGHAM has bid an emotional farewell to Rangers after the club announced he would be leaving Ibrox when his contract expires.

The goalkeeper, who made a total of 143 appearances for the Gers, took to Instagram to reminisce about his time in Govan.

Posting a montage of his greatest moments, he wrote: "An incredible journey and an unforgettable five years.

"But now is the time to move on.

"All the best in the future. Once a Ger, always a Ger."


An incredible journey and an unforgettable 5 years, but now is the time to move on. All the best in the future. Once a Ger always a Ger 💙

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Andy Halliday, Jon Flanagan, Jason Holt, Jordan Rossiter and Jak Alnwick will also be leaving the Ibrox club when their contracts expire this summer.

Gers' director of football Ross Wilon added: "Andy, Wes and Jon have applied themselves excellently during my time here and I wish them nothing but the best in their next chapter. I am sure the fans will join me in thanking them for their contributions to Rangers.”

And boss Steven Gerrard said: “I want to recognise the contribution of the players who are leaving our squad at the end of this season.

“There is a lot more that people contribute to, away from the fixtures each weekend and I commend each of the departing players for what they have given to us day in and day out. Work continues on a daily basis in planning and preparation for next season.”