Philippe Clement is poised to seal his fifth transfer signing of the summer with Hamza Igamane expected to sign up at Rangers.

The Belgian manager has been hard at work in a huge recruitment drive to reshape his squad ahead of the new season.

When Moroccan striker Igamane checks in ahead of a return to pre-season training next week he will join fellow new recruits Jefte, Oscar Cortes, Clinton Nsiala and Connor Barron.

The £1.5m deal for the FAR Rabat striker is all but sealed with the forward to arrive in Scotland in the coming days to finalise his switch.

While Rangers have been hugely proactive in recruitment, there is an expectation for outgoings this summer too beyond those players released at the end of the season.

Kemar Roofe, John Lundstram, Jon McLaughlin, Borna Barisic and Ryan Jack all departed the club at the end of their deals.

However, vast speculation remains over further exits this summer with James Tavernier and Connor Goldson continuing to be at the centre of rumours over moves to Saudi Arabia to join Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq.

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It's understood as many as five players - outwith the Tavernier and Goldson speculation - could be offloaded this summer as part of the huge squad shift under Clement.

Neither Sam Lammers or Ianis Hagi - who both spent last season on loan away from Ibrox - are thought to be part of the plans for the future at Rangers making transfer exits likely.

And Ibrox chiefs could seek deals for Todd Cantwell, Tom Lawrence and Scott Wright.

However, it's understood Clement and director of football recruitment Nils Koppen do want to keep hold of Ridvan Yilmaz despite transfer interest from Turkey.

The full-back is viewed as a player who will remain at Rangers - where he is settled - and can contribute to the first team.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has been tipped with a possible transfer move for the defender after being named Besiktas manager.