Hull City goalkeeper Allan McGregor is set to leave the club when his contract runs out at the end of the season. According to recent reports, the ex-Rangers player has put Scottish Premiership teams on alert after declaring that he is ready to return to his homeland this summer. 

The 36-year-old goalkeeper has been a regular feature for the Tigers this season and is also part of Alex McLeish’s Scotland squad for the upcoming friendlies against Costa Rica and Hungary. McGregor has spent five seasons with Hull City since signing for them in the summer of 2013 from Besiktas. Some sources have recently claimed that the Scotland international is set to make a switch back to his home country as McGregor deems it to be a realistic option this summer.

In a recent interview, McGregor addressed his future and was quoted to have said, “Potentially, aye. A lot of reasons might be family factors for people coming back up the road.”

The veteran keeper does not expect to earn a new deal at Hull City beyond this season and also added, “I talked to them in July about it and they said, ‘Get the transfer window out the road’ and then we talked after the summer transfer window had closed and they said speak after January.

“Now we’re in March, so… But it’s not affected me. What’s going to happen is going to happen. You’re probably used to it here, to be honest.”

McGregor believes that he can still play a role for his country at the international stage but only…

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