41 Rangers players: Who will be part of Steven Gerrard's plans next season and who will leave?

Who will be part of Steven Gerrard's plans next season?

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The Rangers boss said, ahead of the Aberdeen game that the club "certainly know the players we want to take with us going forward". It could be seen as a pointed message to some individuals. Scroll through to see which of the 41 players will be on their way out, and those safe at Ibrox.

One of the best goalkeepers in the league he will go in search of game time.

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The keeper has been in fine form since returning to Ibrox.
Signed in January, he will likely battle for the back-up position.
Out on loan, will unlikely have a future at the club.
Highly-rated and will likely compete for the back-up role.
The Tour de Force at right-back and captain.
Improved the Rangers defence but will need more consistency.
Young, talented defender has plenty to offer.
The player will return to Nottingham Forest where he'll hope to compete for a centre-back position.
Out of contract and no more than a fringe player.
The ex-Liverpool full-back has forced his way back into the team of late but had a really disappointing spell earlier in the campaign which lasted a number of weeks.
Talented? Yes. Reliable? No. Steven Gerrard has voiced his concerns over the player.
Gerrard trusts him and he's not let Rangers down. Also knows what it means to play for the club.
Awarded an appearance at the weekend but out of contract at the end of the season and will leave.
Out of contract.
Out of contract.
Out of contract.
Hampered by injuries since signing in 2017 and has fallen down the pecking order.
A key cog in the middle of midfield.
Spoken of a permanent deal once his loan spell ends. Improved in a recent weeks and brings experienced.
Young and with bags of potential. Gerrard's a fan.
Excellent since arriving midway through the season from Dundee.
The Americna was a January signing and should be a squad player.
Started his loan spell well but has faded.
His goals and forward runs have been key.
Returned from loan spell with Fleetwood Town. Unable to see a space for him in the midfield.
Has impressed on loan at Shrewsbury but midfield area at Ibrox too competitive. Perhaps another loan spell.
Has not worked for him at Ibrox.
Not kicked on enough to force his way into the first-team reckoning and out of contract.
Rangers would love to keep the winger but under contract with Liverpool and could prove too expensive.
May become more of a squad player next season but has plenty to offer.
Missed the majority of the season but has plenty of quality to make a strong comeback.
Strong runner, promising and talented. Will need to step it up another level to avoid being sent on loan.
A huge disappointment for the money spent. Gerrard seems very unhappy with his return.
Not good enough for where Rangers want to go.
Rangers will want to keep him but may be presented with offer which is too good to turn down after such a good season.
Fallen down the pecking order.
He's good.
Will need a strong pre-season to put his case forward to be involved next season.
Just no.
Will likely be sent on another loan spell, possibly in the Premiership, after a productive time with Falkirk.