By Harvey Byrne
Manager Pedro Caixinha has revealed in his Thursday press conference that he has spoken to three players in regards to their futures at Rangers.
The Daily Mail claimed on Tuesday that veteran centre-back Clint Hill will be released at the end of the season following talks with the Portuguese manager.
This was then followed by a report from the Scottish Sun that claimed that fellow summer centre-back signing Philippe Senderos would be joining Hill through the Gers exit doors.
Now, March appointment Caixinha has revealed in his press conference, as covered by the club’s official Twitter account that he has spoken to three players in regards to the future at the Glasgow club.
PC: I have spoke with 3 players so far regarding the future.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) May 11, 2017
Rangers have had a difficult first season back in the Scottish top-flight following their demotion in 2012 and they are currently 36 points behind fierce rivals Celtic with just three matches left.
It is far from the position fans expected to be in at the start of the campaign and supporters will now be looking for Caixinha to make the changes that can help the club close the gap.
Of course the Portuguese boss will be looking to bring in a number of high in quality players, but it is all clear that he must let a few go that are not up to the standards of playing for the club.
In other Rangers transfer news, a manager has responded to reported Gers interest in 23-year-old.