The end of the transfer window is in sight and there are still some players that could do with moving away either temporarily or permanantely from Rangers.
Here are five players we think should be looking for a move away from Ibrox…
The young striker starred whilst on loan at Falkirk last season and should be looking to continue his development by securing a loan move away from the Gers.
A knee injury – which he has recently recovered from – has stopped him from appearing as of yet and whilst Steven Gerrard has come out and said Rudden is part of first-team plans, the Scotland youth international’s chances of regular game time are slim given he is behind Jermaine Defoe and Alfredo Morelos.
Having shown he is capable at Championship level last term, a loan to a lower end Premiership club could be good for 19-year-old Rudden.
After exploding onto the scene last season at Motherwell, Hastie secured himself a move to the Gers over the Summer.
The 21-year-old winger has made just one appearance to date and has not been included in the squad on several occasions.
With Rangers having a plethora of options out-wide, Hastie should be looking to secure a loan move away.
A loan return to Motherwell would have made sense earlier in the Summer but they have since signed other widemen.
Kilmarnock could however prove a good landing spot for Hastie. He would be able to provide competition on the wings and would be able to learn a lot from veteran winger Chris Burke.
Barjonas has just a year left on his contract with Rangers and if he wants a future with the club, he needs to get out playing regular first-team football.
The midfielder looked good in his loan stint with League One outfit Raith Rovers in the latter part of last season and another loan in League One or even a loan in the Championship would be best for his development.
Rangers have a particularly bloated midfield department and Holt is far from being one of the first options.
Gerrard likes his rotations but has been unable to find any space for former Hearts man Holt in his plans this season.
The 26-year-old has just a year left on his deal at Ibrox and with him seemingly facing a year of very little football, he should be looking to engineer himself a permanent move away from the club.
Holt’s versatility would be a real asset for a number of Scottish Premiership clubs and a move to Kilmarnock could be a good fit for him.
He would offer Angelo Alessio an alternative to Gary Dicker and Allan Power in the middle of the park where Killie are quite short on numbers.
Dapo Mebude is a Rangers youngster who has a lot of hype surrounding him at the moment due to his performances in Rangers reserve side.
The 19-year-old Scotland youth international, much like Rudden, is unlikely to be given much of a chance at first-team level this season and could well benefit from a loan move lower down in the Scottish footballing pyramid.
A loan move to a lesser Championship side or at worst a team in League One could be suitable for Mebude who looks set for a bright future in football.