Harry Forrester has become the latest player to leave Rangers, as the Gers today confirmed that he has been loaned out to English League One club AFC Wimbledon for the season.
Having landed ten new signings this summer, Rangers were always going to have to allow some players to leave, even after seeing Clint Hill and Philippe Senderos leave the club when their contracts expired.
Joe Garner and Martyn Waghorn have both been sold to Ipswich Town, Rob Kiernan joined Southend United, Matt Crooks was sold to Northampton Town, Barrie McKay was somewhat controversially allowed to join Nottingham Forest, and Michael O'Halloran returned to former club St Johnstone on loan.
Now, having been frozen out by manager Pedro Caixinha, Harry Forrester has also left Ibrox, with Rangers confirming earlier today that he has joined AFC Wimbledon on a season-long loan deal.
Forrester, 26, was a key signing for Mark Warburton in January 2016, having worked together at Watford and Brentford before reuniting at Ibrox after the playmaker's time at Doncaster had turned sour.
After some initially poor performances, Forrester finished the 2015/16 season with five goals to his name from just 16 appearances, but he struggled to make an impact last term, before being completely frozen out when Caixinha replaced Warburton as Gers manager earlier this year.
Now, Forrester has got his move back to England, and pundit Chris Sutton has taken to Twitter to joke about Forrester's move, suggesting he may be a certainty to score this weekend given the form of other players who have left Ibrox this summer.
Garner and Waghorn can't stop scoring for Ipswich, O'Halloran is recapturing his best form with St Johnstone, whilst McKay is thriving under his former Rangers boss Mark Warburton, leaving Sutton to joke that Forrester will join the long list of Rangers players impressing away from Ibrox.