Philippe Clement teases hefty Rangers transfer rebuild and reveals two different profiles he wants

Philippe Clement admits Rangers will undergo a big squad rebuild for the second summer in a row.

Despite bringing an improvement to Gers performances and results when taking over midway through this season, the Belgian and his team have five wins from their last 12 as their league season at least petered to nothing. They can still achieve a cup double but Celtic will be seen as heavy favourites after Saturday's win and impending title success.

That suggests some element of change will be necessary and the manager will also want to continue to put his own stamp on the squad regardless. Another important factor for him has been the injuries - he is without 11 to take on Dundee tomorrow - and Clement wants to build a more robust squad.

Michael Beale performed surgery on the squad last year - unsuccessfuly it turned out - and Clement will now have to do the same to a group that remains unbalanced.

He said: "It's going to be a big one because of all the out of contracts and maybe others also. So it's going to be quite a rebuild. You want to keep foundations from this season also, you don't want to start from zero again. So we need to find a balance in that and doing smart things for now but also for the future of club.

"To bring profiles in like Diomande is proving now week after week who can also be assets for the future. But we need to also get experience in if experience is leaving the building. So we need to find a good balance."