Loanee returns to the Premier League

22-year-old midfielder Jon Toral who has been on loan at Rangers will return to Arsenal after suffering a season-ending injury. The Spaniard had missed the last two games and was an unused substitute in the Scottish Cup Semi Final so in fact he actually scored in his final appearance for the club, the 2-0 win over Partick. Toral was signed in January along with Emerson Hyndman but both have now suffered injuries. Total ends his time at Ibrox having made 12 appearances, scoring twice and giving three assists. It is unsure where his future lies but a return to Rangers is unlikely.

Experienced defenders to be moved on in the summer

It is being reported that veteran defender Clint Hill is to be released by the club in the summer as part of big changes to the squad. Having joined in the summer, the 38-year-old defender has been a consistent performer for the side and has made 31 appearances for the club. Hill is thought to not be considering retirement at this time and will be looking for a new club should he be released by Rangers. It is looking as though Hill could be followed out by Philippe Senderos who is rumoured to not be receiving a new deal this year. The Swiss international has not featured since Caixinha took charge of the side and so his last game for the club is likely to have been the 1-1 draw with Ross County in February.

Outcry at teenagers move to Chelsea

There has been a mixed reaction from the Rangers fans following the announcement of teenage sensation Billy Gilmour’s £500,000 move to Chelsea. Some wished him well and hoped he was able to make the best of his career but others felt as though it was not the right move for him. Many fans took to Twitter to mock the current Chelsea loan system and predicted that Gilmour would go down the same route and become ‘lost in the game’.

Rangers were keen to hold onto Gilmour but the Scottish under-17 star was thought to want a move to the London club’s academy once he knew of the interest. He is yet to feature for the Rangers senior side but had been training with the first team squad this season and so was clearly part of the managers’ future plans.