Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has been going about the unenviable task of telling players that they have no long-term future at Ibrox.
The Daily Record live transfer blog on Wednesday morning (08:26) revealed that Gerrard had recently informed the duo of Eduardo Herrera and Fabio Cardoso that they could leave the club.
It seems inevitable that more players will leave Ibrox in the next few weeks, and one of the next to have a discussion with Gerrard could well be Gers third choice goalkeeper Jak Alnwick.
The summer arrival of former Gers goalkeeper Allan McGregor back to Ibrox will put him in competition with Wes Foderingham to be the number one shotstopper at the club, with Alnwick’s chances of featuring for the Gers next season very slim.
With Robby McCrorie also on the books at Ibrox, if Alnwick wants to play on a regular basis it would be best for all concerned if the 25-year-old moved on to a new club before the end of the transfer window.
Alnwick actually made 10 appearances for the Gers last season, and was heavily involved in their domestic cup campaigns, but that was under the management of Pedro Caixinha, and it remains to be seen if Gerrard rates the player as highly.
There might well be more developments on the future of Alnwick in the weeks to come as Gerrard and Mark Allen mould the Gers squad for next season.
In other Rangers news, this player is slightly unfortunate to be on the way out at Ibrox