Rangers: Journalist shares that Philippe Clement is ‘Unhappy’ amid new development

Rangers Review reports that Philippe Clement is “unhappy” at the possibility of losing six first-team Rangers players to free agency this summer.

At the end of the season, the contracts for John Lundstram, Kemar Roofe, Leon Balogun, Borna Barisic, Ryan Jack, and Jon McLaughlin at Ibrox will expire. Interest in moving to Turkey has been shown for both midfielder Lundstram and left-back Barisic.

Despite his wishes, Clement has acknowledged that no arrangements are currently in the works to retain them in Glasgow, and journalist Matthew Lindsay claims the CEO is not thrilled about this.

“They wrote, ‘Clement is unhappy that six members of his squad can leave for nothing in the summer. The other members are Jon McLaughlin, Borna Barisic, Ryan Jack, John Lundstram, and Leon Balogun.”

“There’s no need to discuss anything,”because it can be said to be either nearby or far away. However, you can never truly discuss it, Clement remarked.

“Once it is signed, it is near. when it’s not endorsed? Is it near or far away? For this reason, until an agreement is reached, there is no need to discuss such issues.

Rangers had to grant Philippe Clement his wish.
The appointment of Clement as manager was the best move the Rangers board has made in years since he has brought the team back to a serious level.

The squad overcame a significant points deficit in the league table, and they are now the clear favorites to win the championship at the end of the campaign. They also had a fantastic run in Europe.

Although he has developed the players into what he needed and made this small group compete at the greatest level, a “mini-revolution” at Ibrox is anticipated this summer during the transfer window.

This implies that a number of players will join the team at Ibrox, but some will also depart, and it’s likely that some of the players who are out of contract aren’t particularly wanted.

However, since Clement has earned the right to assemble the team in his image, the team must make every effort to retain the players the manager desires.

In other Rangers news, Michael Stewart reports a fresh injury concern he saw before Celtic.

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