Warburton signing has failed under three bosses and must be binned by Rangers in summer
Rangers striker Joe Dodoo has found himself frozen out at Ibrox this season under Pedro Caixinha and Graeme Murty – but the former Leicester City forward hasn’t come close to meeting expectations at Ibrox.
Fans had high hopes for the 22-year-old when he arrived in the summer of 2016 when Mark Warburton was in charge but has struggled to make any impact on the first-team squad and even spent the first-half of this season on loan at Charlton.
Dodoo is now well down the pecking order at Ibrox with it looking like there is little hope for redemption for him but after struggling to even get a regular game on loan at Charlton, Dodoo will surely realise his days at Ibrox are numbered.
The striker still has two years remaining on his Rangers contract and it will probably force the Gers into having to pay Dodoo a healthy chunk to terminate his deal early.
With the Gers also likely looking to bolster their squad again this summer, Dodoo should be one of the first names on the chopping block for director of football Mark Allen.
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If the Gers can bin the likes of Dodoo at the end of the season and free up some more funds to strengthen the squad, it could see them finally mount a realistic challenge for the Scottish Premiership and secure the club’s 55th title.
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