Caixinha begins cull at Ibrox as price list for players revealed

As reported by The Daily Record, Pedro Caixinha is set to kick start his Rangers revolution this summer and is looking to sell many established first team stars to sides in England.

What’s the story?

After a pretty dreadful season in the Scottish Premiership, finishing 39 points behind Celtic, it’s clear that drastic action is required at Rangers and the Ibrox boss is wasting no time in identifying who is expendable in his first team squad.

The Record report that established stars like Barrie McKay, James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn are all up for sale with the club even circulating a list to clubs with suggested price tags.

Whatever happens in the upcoming transfer window at Rangers, it seems a guarantee it won’t be boring with players apparently set to come in and out of the club at a rapid rate.

How much are they looking for?

The Daily Record appears to have got a hold of this circulated list and they’ve reported some of the figures attached to each player. For example they say that Barrie McKay is available for around £2m and Martyn Waghorn at around £400k while the likes of Joe Garner are described at being available for a ‘reduced rate’.

These prices, on the face of it, seem fair. Rangers fans may have wanted more money for McKay but with just a year left on his contract, £2m might represent a good bit of business there.

Caixinha is also looking to just get rid of a few names with the paper also reporting that the likes of Rob Kiernan and Harry Forrester will be available to leave for free.

It’s all with a view to improve Rangers fortunes and while this news may appear dramatic to supporters, if the Portuguese can also bring in players of quality, they could well be celebrating the changes this time next year.