Rangers manager Steven Gerrard will already be thinking about how to strengthen his side this summer as the Scottish Premiership title slips away from his grasp this year.
It looks like it will be a first season without silverware for Gerrard but here are three soon-to-be free agents who could help change that next term.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie has been linked with Rangers in recent weeks, although Gerrard has played down this speculation (The Express). But the 27-year-old is exactly the type of character Rangers need to take them forward.
The 5-cap Scotland international can play at left-back or in midfield – two areas where Gerrard may look to strengthen.
Motherwell wonder-kid Jake Hastie returned from his loan spell at Alloa Athletic and has scored six goals in 10 games from the wing.
The Scotland under-21 starlet is one of the most exciting young talents in the country. And Rangers are expected to sign the 19-year-old on a four-year deal (The Scottish Sun).
Wigan Athletic attacking midfielder Nick Powell is likely to leave in the summer when his contract expires. Rangers and Celtic are both vying for the ex-Manchester United man’s signature, as per The Scottish Sun.
With six goals and six assists in the English Championship this season, the 24-year-old is clearly a talent worth taking a punt on.