Rangers director of football Mark Allen and manager Graeme Murty are likely going to be busy in the summer improving the Gers squad but one of the first tasks they will need to deal with is getting rid of flop striker Michael O’Halloran.
O’Halloran was a £400,000 mistake by Mark Warburton who signed the player on the back of one good game for St. Johnstone leaving Rangers fans waiting two years to see him replicate him for the Gers.
Since arriving at Ibrox, the former Scotland Under-21 international has played almost as many games back on loan at St. Johnstone as he has for the Light Blues.
After returning from St. Johnstone in January, O’Halloran has only been spotted during the Florida Cup and has been relegated to a seat in the stand when the Gers are in action.
It’s got to the point where it would be in everyone’s interests to find a way to get the striker off the books in the summer – whether that’s as a transfer or releasing the 27-year-old to find a new club elsewhere.
With O’Halloran under contract until the summer of 2020, finding a way to get rid of him will likely cost the Gers but with the striker that far out of the reckoning, it would be money put to better use on literally anything.
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