The 16 Rangers players who could spark transfer clearout as Philippe Clement overhauls squad

Another year, another manager and another rebuild at Rangers.

Michael Beale let a lot of established first-teamers go at the end of the 2022/23 season before embarking on a shopping spree in the summer and bringing in a whole new squad he thought could challenge Celtic for the Premiership title. That didn't happen and Philippe Clement replaced him before the half way point.

Now, it's the Belgian who must look to revamp things. It's going to a simular level of upheaval and so far it looks like John Lundstram, Ryan Jack, Borna Barisic and Kemar Roofe are away unless one of them pulls of a Connor Goldson-esque last minute deal. Speaking of the centre-back, him and James Tavernier have both been linked with Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq.

It's certainly going to be a busy summer, so Football Scotland looks at the long list of players who could be on the way out.

Jon McLaughlin

Out of contract and brings to and four years at Ibrox, where he has been mostly an understudy but did have a spell as No.1. Played in the Scottish Premiership before with Hearts and may have suitors in the division again.

Robby McCrorie

McCrorie is still contracted until 2025 but there have been noises for some time now that the 26-year-old wants first-team football. Won't get that if Jack Butland stays and Aberdeen have shown an interest.

James Tavernier

Remarkable to think the captain could leave after finishing as the club's top scorer from right-back. But some fans think his time is up because of the lack of trophies on his watch and also some defensive lapses. Linked with Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq.

Connor Goldson

Those Al-Ettifaq rumours also include the Gers' other long-serving defender. The 31-year-old is past his absolute peak but still has plenty to offer, though it may be deemed an idea to cash in to create space for other incomings.

Ben Davies

Enjoyed a run in the team towards the end of the campaign but that was down to injuries. Still likely to be sold this summer with Clement targeting a new left footed centre back.

Borna Barisic

Out of contract and will bring to an end a long spell, in modern terms, at Ibrox. Believed to be on his way to Trabzonspor in Turkey.

Ridvan Yilmaz

Even though Barisic is leaving, his fellow left-back Yilmaz could follow him out the door. The Turk has had speculation in him since he has been in Glasgow and there always seems to be interest from his homeland and other countries. Brazilian Jefte has already been signed and it has been suggested the Belgian could get rid of Yilmaz and bring in another left-back.

John Lundstram

Looks set to follow Barisic to Trabzon. Clement did want to keep the midfielder and opened talks but terms couldn't be agreed with the high earner.

Ryan Jack

Injuries have very much curtailed his season like they have for much of his time at Ibrox. Another who is out of contract and you'd think a few Premiership clubs would be keen, as well as possibly some in the English Championship or abroad.

Scott Wright

Seemed to have been on nine live as a Rangers player for a while. Flew to Turkey to seemingly sign for Pendikspor last summer before changing his mind. Remained on the fringes though.

Kieran Dowell

Joins the list of Michael Beale signings who didn't make much of an impact. Has looked okay at times when playing but hasn't contributed enough and the club would likely be keen to move him on.

Alex Lowry (loan)

The attacking midfielder's loan at Hearts wasn't all negative but the fact it was cut short early tells you the way it was headed. Could really do with going somewhere he will play more regularly this time.

Kemar Roofe

The Jamaica striker said farewell to fans on social media with his contract up and he reportedly has interest from down south.

Ianis Hagi

it will be interesting to see what happens with the Romanian. His loan in Spain with Alaves is over and he may get the chance to come back and stake a claim. Remains contracted until 2026.

Sam Lammers

But this is a loanee who will move on. Rangers have reportedly made the decision to offload him and may even make a profit after his sparkling form for Utrecht, who are one of the clubs keen on a permanent deal.

Tom Lawrence

Probably not one anybody would want to lose but as he enters the final year of his deal, it could be time to cash in rather than let him leave for free next year. Clement has already spoken about that being something the club must look to avoid.