Rangers are set for a busy week as the transfer window comes to a crescendo and reports point towards up to seven deals being completed at Ibrox.

The Ibrox side have already added nine names into their squad this summer with several of the club’s highest profile stars also exiting at the end of the season.

Michael Beale has hinted that only one more name is likely to join the club with fans pointing towards a centre-back amid the emergence of Rabbi Matondo.

This comes with much reportage also surrounding the left-wing position in the squad after Beale also suggested the club is yet to replace Ryan Kent in Glasgow.

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Jake Cooper remains the most prominent player mentioned in defence, whilst Jesse Lingard’s name has made its way into the transfer vernacular of Ibrox supporters.

With a week left in the transfer window, reports surrounding both positions will come to a head with Rangers certainly almost at their full complement.

But whilst Rangers fans are more interested in who is set to join the club, all the sounds suggest there will be more movement out of Ibrox this week.

Rangers exits mooted ahead of transfer window closing

As much as five exit deals could be concluded with several of the club’s first-team stars reportedly set to leave Glasgow before the window closes.

Heavily Leeds United-linked Glen Kamara remains the most high-profile reportedly exit bound star, with a £5.5m deal mooted all summer long for the player.

Michael Beale has also hinted that disgruntled Romanian playmaker Ianis Hagi could be set to leave Rangers, with “background” discussions underway regarding an exit.

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The situation of once Turkey-bound squad player Scott Wright remains unresolved, whilst there is genuine uncertainty surrounding the future of defender Ben Davies.

That’s even if the centre-back was included in the club’s Champions League squad.

And there is back-up stopper Robby McCrorie, whose links to Manchester United have gone quiet after the Old Trafford club moved elsewhere.

That means that up to seven deals could be concluded at Rangers in the coming days as the end of the transfer window promises a busy week at Ibrox.

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