By Harry Sykes
Goalkeeper Wes Foderinham is the most likely to be the next Rangers player to leave in the summer transfer window, according to a report.
Rangers have already massively revamped their squad this summer, with nine new players already signed, most of them from overseas.
The most high profile exit has been Barrie McKay, who joined Nottingham Forest for a fee of £500,000.
Football Insider revealed earlier this month that Forest had launched a bid to sign Foderingham as former Rangers boss Mark Warburton looks to be reunited with the keeper at the City Ground.
Football Whispers, which gathers all transfer rumours across the globe and calculates the likelihood of them happening, rates it 1.2 out of 5 that Foderingam will leave Rangers, with five the highest possible ranking and meaning it is a certainty.
The goalkeeper is ahead in the ratings of midfielder Josh Windass, who has a rating of 1.1, and Harry Forrester, who is rated at 1.0 to transfer from Ibrox this summer.
Foderingham still has two years to run on his current deal, but Football Insider has learned that the club are now ready to offer him an extension with a significant pay rise to kill off the interest from Forest.
The 26-year-old is understood to be happy with life in Glasgow and at being a key member of the team at such an illustrious club.
Foderingham joined Rangers in 2015 and helped the club win promotion back to the Scottish Premiership in his first season in charge.
He took his game to a new level last season, which was widely regarded as the best of his career, and most fans and pundits regarded him as the outstanding player for Rangers in what was mostly a wretched campaign.
In other Rangers transfer news, the club are eyeing a swoop for a top-flight duo and have already tabled one major bid.