Two of Rangers most experienced players could be poised to leave the club, at least according to the latest Four Lads Had a Dream blog.
The Rangers insider was speaking about transfer targets coming in and out of the club this summer. As part of that, they discuss the future of Graham Dorrans and Kyle Lafferty.
You have to feel for Graham Dorrans, now 32. A boyhood Rangers fan, the midfielder has barely had the chance to pull on the shirt over the last two seasons.
Injuries have completely decimated his Ibrox career. Every time he edges closer to fitness, the experienced midfielder is back on the treatment table.
It’s a shame because Dorrans is a good player. With a year left on his deal, the 12 times capped Scotland midfielder could be shown the door. Four Lads say “exits for Jason Holt and Graham Dorrans may be likely”.
Kyle Lafferty, on the other hand, has been a major disappointment. The lanky striker returned to Ibrox to much fanfare at the beginning of the season but has failed to recapture his Hearts form at Rangers.
The Northern Irish international was said to be one of three players told they can leave by Steven Gerrard earlier in the year [the Herald].
Four Lads confirm this by saying “Kyle Lafferty’s time at Rangers is over and he will move on sooner rather than later”.
Given the small role both played at the club this season, it’s unlikely either will ultimately be missed by Steven Gerrard’s side.