Rangers Face Crucial Transfer Window as Kenny Miller Warns Against Mass Exodus

Following a disappointing season that saw Rangers lose both the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup to rivals Celtic, manager Philippe Clement faces a critical summer transfer window. Former Gers striker Kenny Miller has cautioned Clement against offloading too many players at once.

“Rangers need to find new clubs for those players deemed surplus to requirements,” Miller told the Daily Record. “If not, Clement might be stuck with them, which could be a huge problem. He can’t overhaul the entire squad in just one window. But by now, he’ll know the players he can trust to build a new team around.”

This past weekend, Rangers confirmed the departure of several first-team players whose contracts are expiring, including John Lundstram, Borna Barisic, and Ryan Jack. This exodus adds to the exits of Kemar Roofe, Jon McLaughlin, Fabio Silva, Abdallah Sima, and Oscar Cortes, who were all on loan spells.

The significant loss of talent leaves major gaps in Clement’s squad. With the transfer window approaching, the Belgian manager must prioritize bringing in reinforcements to compete for trophies next season.