Rangers Set to Experience Three High-Profile Outgoing Transfers

Rangers Football Club is bracing itself for a series of significant departures in the upcoming weeks, with Glen Kamara and Antonio Colak identified as two players likely to leave. The Scottish Sun has highlighted the Croatian striker and Finnish midfielder as key names preparing to bid farewell to Ibrox. While Kamara’s estimated transfer fee is £5 million and Colak’s is £2 million, speculation is rife regarding the identity of the third player set to exit Rangers.

Throughout the summer, numerous first-team players have been linked with moves away from Rangers, some more prominently than others. One player in the spotlight is center-back Ben Davies, who might return to the English Championship just a year after his £4 million transfer from Liverpool in the Premier League.

Another player whose future is uncertain is influential playmaker Ianis Hagi, who has been extensively linked with a move to Serie A as he looks to rebuild his career following a period of injury. Although Hagi and Davies are the most high-profile names linked with an exit this summer, they are not the only ones.

There have been whispers surrounding winger Rabbi Matondo, but conflicting reports suggest that the young Welshman may opt to remain at the club and fight for his place.

The Scottish Sun reports that the funds generated from offloading these players will enable Michael Beale, the Rangers manager, to finance the remaining aspects of the team’s rebuild this summer. Rangers have already announced six transfers ahead of the new season, and there are persistent rumors linking the club to at least three more signings.

To date, several high-profile players have left the club at the end of their contracts, including Allan McGregor, Filip Helander, Scott Arfield, Ryan Kent, and Alfredo Morelos. However, extensive reports have centered around Glen Kamara and Antonio Colak, who remain subjects of intense transfer speculation, while their unnamed teammate seems destined for an exit as well.