Rangers will be desperate to improve in Europe after suffering a disappointing defeat against Spartak Moscow recently, with their group qualification now hanging in the balance.
The Bluenoses have an outside chance of challenging for the Scottish Premiership title having enjoyed a rather successful time of things recently.
However, the Glasgow club have plenty of other things to worry about besides silverware and success, with there being potential departures in the January transfer window.
Steven Gerrard has a number of fringe players at the club at this moment in time and needs to make more room for any potential January additions, so it’s about time he and Dave King worked together to get rid of any wasted talent.
With that in mind, Gerrard and King must shift this flop in January…
The central midfielder has been plagued with injuries throughout his Rangers career, which has made it difficult for him to enjoy a run in the side. Indeed, the Englishman has only managed to make a few appearances for the Bluenoses this season and will struggle to secure a starting place, with the likes of Ovie Ejaria, Scott Arfield, Lassana Coulibaly and Ryan Jack all ahead of him in the pecking order.
So, with the Glasgow club inevitably strengthening during the January transfer window, King and Gerrard must work together to raise some funds by selling Jordan Rossiter.