Rangers midfielder Harry Forrester has been in the form of his life while out on loan at AFC Wimbledon this season but his Ibrox future will no doubt be hanging in the balance when he returns in the summer.
Forrester, 27, was told to find a new club by Pedro Caixinha last year as the ex-Rangers boss led a major overhaul of the squad, binning a number of British players in favour for Portuguese and Latin Americans – most of whom flopped spectacularly.
While on loan in League One with Wimbledon, Forrester has been in great form and has become a real favourite of their fans despite being born in Milton Keynes.
He has made 36 appearances in all competitions for the Dons, scoring three goals and supplying seven assists in the process.
Although he has shown that he is in great form, Rangers director of football Mark Allen simply has to bin him in the summer transfer window.
Unfortunately, Forrester is one of those players who would be categorised as ‘dead wood’.
The former Aston Villa and Brentford man would not be anywhere near the first-team with Allen flooding the midfield with talent over the January window, adding to what was already a well-stocked position.
Getting Forrester off the wage bill would be a bit of a financial boost and a bit of a transfer fee would also help Allen look to strengthen the squad elsewhere.
The 27-year-old is sure to be able to find a new club back in England though as many teams will have seen how well he has done for Wimbledon this term.
In other Rangers news, fans want this senior man out of Ibrox after a major development at an English club.