Rangers may be moving as many as five players from Ibrox.

With Hamza Igamane slated to sign with Rangers, Philippe Clement is nearing his sixth summer transfer deal.

In an attempt to restructure his team in advance of the upcoming campaign, the Belgian manager has been actively seeking fresh players.

Igamane, a Moroccan striker, will be joining fellow new signings Jefte, Oscar Cortes, Clinton Nsiala, and Connor Barron when he checks in ahead of next week’s resumption to preseason training.

The striker from FAR Rabat, who is expected to arrive in Scotland in the coming days to finalize his trade, has almost certainly signed a £1.5 million deal.

Despite Rangers’ extremely aggressive recruitment efforts, there is anticipation for additional player departures this summer in addition to those that were released at the end of the season.

At the conclusion of their contracts, Ryan Jack, Borna Barisic, Jon McLaughlin, Kemar Roofe, and John Lundstram all left the team.

Though there is still a lot of conjecture about potential summer departures, James Tavernier and Connor Goldson are the major targets of rumors about potential moves to Saudi Arabia to join Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq.

Aside from the Tavernier and Goldson rumors, it’s believed that up to five players may be let go this summer as part of the significant roster overhaul under Clement.

Transfer outs are anticipated because neither Sam Lammers nor Ianis Hagi, who both spent the previous season on loan away from Ibrox, are believed to be in Rangers’ long-term plans.

Additionally, Ibrox executives may pursue deals for Scott Wright, Tom Lawrence, and Todd Cantwell.

Despite transfer interest from Turkey, it is understood that Clement and head of football recruitment Nils Koppen do like to hang onto Ridvan Yilmaz.

The full-back is thought to be a player who can help the first team and will stick at Rangers, where he has made himself at home.

After being appointed manager of Besiktas, Giovanni van Bronckhorst has been linked to a potential transfer deal for the defender.

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