According to Football Insider, Rangers plan to sell Joe Dodoo in the summer transfer window.
It has been reported that Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has made up his mind to part company with Dodoo on a permanent basis this summer.
The former Liverpool and England international midfielder reportedly considers the 23-year-old forward surplus to requirements, and Rangers are claimed to be open to listening to offers for the youngster.
Disappointing Rangers spell
Dodoo joined Rangers in the summer of 2016 after leaving Premier League club Leicester City, and cost the Gers a training compensation fee of £250,000, as reported in The Daily Record.
Mark Warburton, who is the manager of Queens Park Rangers in the Championship in England at the moment, was in charge of Rangers at the time.
The 23-year-old forward has failed to establish himself in the Rangers first team, and had a loan spell at Charlton Athletic in 2017 and at Blackpool during the 2018-19 campaign.
Selling Dodoo in the summer transfer window would be a good idea for Rangers.