Steven Gerrard has named three Rangers players who could still leave before Monday's transfer deadline - in addition to Jake Hastie.
Speaking via Rangers' official Youtube channel on Friday, Gerrard revealed that Hastie has been given permission to hold talks with Rotherham United about a loan to the English League One side.
But the summer signing from Motherwell may not be the last to leave Rangers in the summer transfer window.
"There's more noise about other players," Gerrard added. "I predict there'll be another two or three that may go out as well, but there's no solid information on it - only Jake at the moment.
"There's rumours of little Holty (Jason Holt) going out - there's a few different interested parties in him. Same with (Eros) Grezda. There's been a few phone calls over (Joe) Dodoo. But we'll wait to see what happens over the next 48 hours over them three."
Neither Holt, Grezda nor Dodoo have appeared for Rangers this season, and a report this week claimed that Kilmarnock had made contact over another player in the trio's position - Graham Dorrans.
But Gerrard insisted that Rangers "haven't had one call" over the 32-year-old midfielder.
The Rangers manager also reiterated that none of his key players "will be going out the door" this summer.
He explained that clubs have had enough time to make offers, which are no longer welcome with none of Gerrard's replacement targets likely to be available.
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