Incoming Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will have a lot of big decisions to make in the summer, and one of the biggest will revolve around Josh Windass.
The 24-year-old had an odd season overall, as he scored 17 goals, which is a superb record from midfield, but he also had a habit of disappearing in big games.
The best example of that would be the 3-2 league defeat to Celtic in March, which saw Windass open the scoring in the second minute of the game, then do nothing for the rest of the match.
That sort of trait won’t be accepted by Gerrard, who will want his players to work for the entirety of a match, similar to what he was famous for doing as a player.
Windass seems to be a luxury player, and if the Gers want to make a real challenge for the title next season the less of those players they have the better.
Gerrard should give serious consideration to cashing in on the attacker, especially after the club confirmed on Monday that they had wrapped up the signing of another similar player in Scott Arfield.
If the Gers are able to get a few million pound for Windass, that could free up more money for Gerrard to bring in his own men, who want to play his style of football.
It would be a controversial decision to sell Windass, but there’s no guarantee he will be as prolific next season, so the Gers should cash in while they can.
In other Rangers news, Scott Arfield is delighted to have joined the Gers