Four Rangers Players Face Uncertain Futures as Club Considers Squad Shake-Up

Several Rangers players, including Scott Wright, Kieran Dowell, Ianis Hagi, and Sam Lammers, are facing an uncertain future at the club according to a report from The Scotsman [Rangers transfer news as Ianis Hagi and Sam Lammers updates emerge].

The report suggests a number of players are out of contract, while others like those mentioned are stuck in “no man’s land” at Ibrox.

With the club focusing on managing the current squad before further signings, decisions on the futures of these fringe players are paramount. The report highlights the harsh reality of professional football, where sentimentality often takes a backseat.

The Rangers management will need to carefully weigh any offers they receive for these players. While they may not be first-team regulars, keeping them on the books could hinder the development of younger talents.

A key factor will be assessing the market value of these players in relation to the team’s needs. By taking this approach, Gers can make informed decisions on whether to sell, potentially generating revenue and freeing up resources for further acquisitions or promotions from the youth ranks.

The report also suggests that offloading high earners who may be deemed surplus to requirements could free up funds to pursue more attractive transfer targets.