Rangers could be set for a dramatic five-player exodus in the next 24 hours according to reports.
With Brighton said to be lining up a eleventh-hour bid for James Tavernier, four other players appear vulnerable to moving on.
Josh Windass is interesting Ipswich. After initial claims of a £2M bid for the attacker filtered through, the bid has been updated to a more modest £1.4M, and it does seem that the former Accrington man could well make the move out of Govan.
Meanwhile Bristol apparently want deputy goalkeeper Jak Alnwick on a loan basis, which would presumably see a promotion for either former number one Wes Foderingham or Robbie McCrorie. Our money is on the latter.
Then there’s Lee Hodson; last he heard he was in Canada for a medical with MLS side Montreal Impact, and we’d certainly hope Rangers are getting a fee for him given he himself wasn’t a free.
Next up site favourite Greg Docherty – it does appear that he will leave on loan – Shrewsbury seems the destination after Sunderland’s Jack Ross dismissed the reports of interest. We’re disappointed he’s not part of SG’s plans this season, and we imagine he isn’t really part of them period, given the loan signing of Lassana Coulibaly for his position.
And last but not least… nah, that’s it! For now, anyway.
With the English window closing tomorrow, expect even more speculation over the next 24 hours.