Joe Aribo, Glen Kamara and Borna Barisic could all be sold by Rangers this summer.
That is according to former Celtic and St Mirren striker Frank McAvennie, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about Ross Wilson’s latest comments on the trio’s future.
Wilson, Rangers’ sporting director, told the Telegraph that Aribo, Kamara and Barisic are all “loving life” at Ibrox.
He claimed the three players, who have been instrumental in Steven Gerrard’s side’s title success this season, could play “in any of the top five leagues”.
McAvennie insisted any one of the aforementioned stars would be sold this summer if the club’s valuation is matched.
“I think they will want to stay,” he told Football Insider.
“It would have been a different story if they did not win the title but they have won the league. Why would want to leave?
“The Rangers fans will get annoyed at me but everybody has got a price. It is not me that says this.
“I am not trying to get rid of players. I do not want to see good players leave Scotland but every player has a price.
“Celtic have a price on their players and it is the same with Rangers.”
Speaking to the Telegraph last week, Wilson said: “Joe Aribo came from Charlton Athletic; Glen Kamara from Dundee, a Finnish international; Borna Barisic, a Croatia international came from Osijek.
“We know these players can play in any of the top five leagues. We also know they are really loving life at Rangers. We will make sure we will trade players out at the right time.”