With that in mind, it seems as though a behind-the-scenes clue has emerged regarding the future of one of those Gers players.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Sky Sports journalist Michael Bridge had this to say about Aaron Ramsey and his future once his current loan spell at Ibrox ends.
“I don’t think he will be back. We’ve seen a player who has had niggly injuries for his whole time there. He couldn’t get a run going, so I would be surprised [if he stayed].
“He put up an Instagram post on Sunday and it read to me like it was a bit of a goodbye. He hasn’t come here and been that consistent.”
Rangers signed the midfielder on loan from Italian club Juventus during the previous January transfer window.
Since then, the Welshman made only 13 appearances for the Ibrox side, starting just nine of them across all competitions.
In those appearances, the midfielder scored two goals and provided two assists along the way. However, during the penalty shootout against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final, Ramsey ended up missing the penalty that led to the German side winning the trophy.
While Bridge is right in terms of the January recruit not getting a consistent run in the team during his time at Ibrox, it would still be disappointing for the fans and bad news for van Bronckhorst to not have the opportunity to keep Ramsey in the squad for next season.
With a summer break followed by a pre-season period under his belt, this could put the former Arsenal star in good shape to become a really important figure for the Gers and play on a consistent basis should he avoid any fitness issues.
Taking into account his knack for the occasional goal or assist, this and his vast experience could make him an incredibly useful figure for Rangers on and off the pitch.
With his current contract at Juventus set to expire in the summer of 2023, it could be worth Rangers seeing if the Serie A club would be willing to loan the midfielder to them again with an option for a permanent move next summer.