According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are poised to release Kenny Miller ahead of schedule – and Lee Wallace is unlikely to ever play for the club again.
The Gers endured a humiliating Sunday afternoon, as they were thrashed 4-0 by bitter rivals Celtic in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup, serving up a dismal showing at Hampden Park.
The fallout hasn't been pretty; manager Graeme Murty has been slammed by fans, Andy Halliday and Daniel Candeias both reacted negatively towards the Gers boss after being substituted, and teammates Greg Docherty and Alfredo Morelos were involved in an altercation according to the Daily Record.
Now, there is more news for Rangers fans to reflect on, as The Scottish Sun report that the Gers are set to terminate the contract of forward Kenny Miller ahead of his deal expiring this summer.
It's even added that defender Lee Wallace will be suspended, and neither man will play for Rangers again following an investigation into their criticism of manager Murty following Sunday's defeat.
That would bring an end to Miller's third spell with Rangers, with the 38-year-old having made more than 300 appearances for the club in total, scoring over 100 goals having been a popular figure over the years.
However, Miller is heading for the exit door after over-stepping the mark on Sunday, and the same could apply to captain Wallace, who has been with Rangers for nearly seven years following a 2011 move from Hearts.
Wallace, 30, has played more than 250 games for Rangers but is now set to be suspended, with a summer exit looking likely despite having more than a year left on his contract.