Transfer Judgement Day is almost upon us for first-team Rangers quartet Ben Davies, Glen Kamara, Ianis Hagi and Scott Wright.

These players have been linked with Ibrox exits all summer long and as the transfer window inches closer to shutting the time is certainly nigh for the foursome.

Rangers have had a busy window to date with nine players coming into the club and eleven leaving and there is expected to be more business before all is said and done.

But with fan attentions mostly focused on who is coming into Ibrox, there are several Rangers stars being linked out with Transfer Judgement Day edging ever closer.

Ben Davies to Championship?

The transfer window is now in its final ten days and as things stand Ben Davies remains a Rangers player.

Having been signed on a reported £4m deal last season, things haven’t worked out so far for the former Liverpool defender and there have been murmurs of Championship interest.

With Rangers also on the hunt for another left-sided defender, something tells us what happens with Davies will probably define what happens in the position.

Glen Kamara Rangers transfer saga rumbles on

Then there’s Glen Kamara who – despite being linked with an exit all summer long – popped back up in Rangers training.

Reports have suggested that there is plenty of interest in the Rangers midfielder with it a matter of when, rather than if, an exit deal can be struck.

It’s widely claimed that Rangers want £5.5m for the Finnish international and with Leeds United in particular just banking a small fortune, it’s a situation to watch.

Ianis Hagi needs to play

Ianis Hagi is another player being linked away from Rangers, with transfer reports suggesting Serie A side Lecce were interested in bringing the former Fiorentina star back to Italy.

Whilst exit reports have cooled in recent weeks, Ianis Hagi cut a frustrated figure when pressed on his gametime in Govan and the situation threatens to come to a head soon.

Off the back of a long-term injury and now back to full fitness, if the playmaker isn’t pacified then we suspect there could be a clash of interests.

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Scott Wright Rangers transfer collapses

Finally, Scott Wright is another Rangers first-teamer linked with an exit and the player’s situation continues to perplex supporters.

Saying his emotional goodbyes as he rocked up at the airport to board a flight to Turkey, a deal with Pendikspor collapsed and now he’s back in the Rangers squad.

It’s clear the Scotland hopeful will find games hard to come by and as the window enters its final, most desperate phase, Transfer Judgement Day is nigh.

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