Andy Halliday and Jason Holt have met with new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard to be told that they have no future with the club, according to a club Insider.
Four Lads Had a Dream, a solid source of Rangers news, made the claim on its Twitter account on Wednesday evening.
They claimed that the pair had been told that clubs had made enquiries and that they were free to leave.
Both players are contracted with Rangers until 2020.
Andy Halliday & Jason Holt met with manager Steven Gerrard this morning as he continues to shape his squad for new season
Both players were told teams have enquired about their availability & are free to leave the club
Lee Wallace will meet the manager on Friday
— Four Lads Had a Dream (@4ladshadadream) June 13, 2018
Football Insider verdict:
Steven Gerrard arrived at Auchenhowie yesterday and has quickly set about cutting the fat from the Rangers squad. Halliday has had a chequered past at the club and it’s no surprise to see him leave, although it’s a shame it didn’t work out for the Rangers fan. Signed by Mark Warburton, he survived through a training ground bust-up with Joey Barton and an unsuccessful loan move to Gabala FK, but the Scottish Cup incident, where he lost his rag after being subbed early, effectively called time on his Rangers career. 25-year-old midfielder Jason Holt is more of a surprise and fans will be sad to see him go. He made 33 appearances across all competitions last season and always left everything out on the pitch. He signed from Hearts in 2015 for just over £80k and has definitely delivered at Ibrox. It looks like he’s set to be a victim of the Gerrard overhaul though. And it looks like more will follow, with Lee Wallace set to meet the manager on Friday.
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