Rangers have confirmed the departure of three first-team players as manager Mark Warburton prepares to strengthen his side for next season.
Winger David Templeton, midfielder Nicky Law and striker Nicky Clark have all left the club after coming to the end of their contracts.
All three struggled to cement their place in the starting line-up under Warburton this season with Templeton particularly hampered with injury problems.
A club statement said: “Rangers can today confirm the release of three first team players, with Nicky Law, Nicky Clark and David Templeton all departing the club when their contracts expire on 31 May 2016.
“Law joined the club from Motherwell in the summer of 2013, and he has gone on to make 114 appearances in all competitions, netting 24 goals in the process.
“Clark also joined in summer 2013 from Queen of the South, and he has played a total of 102 times, scoring 23 goals.
“Templeton arrived from Heart of Midlothian at the end of the 2012 summer transfer window. He made 84 appearances and scored 26 goals.
“Everyone at Rangers wishes all three players every success in their future careers, and thanks them for their efforts during their time at the club.”