Yet another summer exodus at Ibrox has continued with the breaking news that attacking midfielder Harry Forrester is to complete his long-awaited departure with a switch to English League One cracks Wimbledon.
Linked with various lower league sides, Forrester finally got his move out of Ibrox following manager Pedro Caixinha’s confirmation that the ex-Doncaster man was surplus and would be on his way out in due course.
It brings the senior summer departures up to an extraordinary near-dozen, just like in 2015 when the remnants of Ally McCoist’s legacy were all freed, and really does show what a mess ex-manager Mark Warburton made of his attempts to take on the Scottish Premiership.
All in all Rangers have shipped out 15+ players this summer, including promising youth prospects and expired loans such as;
Clint Hill, Philippe Senderos, Rob Kiernan, Andy Halliday, Emerson Hyndman, Matt Crooks, Jon Toral, Martyn Waghorn, Joe Garner, Barrie McKay, Michael O’Halloran, Billy Gilmour, Harry Forrester and Jordan Gibson are among those to make their way out of Ibrox for pastures new.
Rangers really do see a lot of upheavals these days, and one can only hope the regime we are in now is finally ready to settle long term.