Gers quartet to depart
A report in the Evening Times Rangers suggests Rangers will let at least four players leave in the summer.
Steven Gerrard's first season in charge at Ibrox will see the blue half of Glasgow come up empty-handed although the Gers pushed Celtic harder than many pundits expected during the first half of the campaign.
There is now a sizeable 13-point gap to the table-topping Bhoys, who will lift the Scottish Premiership title for an eighth straight season.
It remains to be seen what Gerrard does during the off-season as he seeks a way of bridging the gap to the Hoops next term, but the report states Wes Foderingham, Gareth McAuley, Lee Wallace and Graham Dorrans will all be shown the exit door.
Foderingham is back-up goalkeeper for Rangers and will be out of contract in the summer, while veteran McAuley has made little contribution after penning a one-year deal last summer.
Similarly, Wallace has made only two league appearance,s while Dorrans has played just 27 minutes of league football this term. The quartet are not central to Rangers' cause and look set to leave to free up space for new faces next season.
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