Alfredo Morelos and Kenny Miller are the most likely Rangers players to leave the Ibrox in January, according to Football Whispers.

The football site claim that the senior duo could leave the Glasgow giants before any of their colleagues.

Summer signing Morelos has netted eight goals across in 13 matches since joining Rangers from HJK Helsinki in the summer and has reportedly attracted interest from other clubs.

37-year-old veteran, Miller has been dropped from the Gers squad for the last two league matches after being a mainstay of the side for the start of the campaign.

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Football Whispers, which rounds up all transfer rumours across the globe and calculates the chances of the transfers happening, rates it 2.6 out of 5 that Miller will leave Rangers, with five the highest possible ranking and meaning it is a certainty.

Morellos is ahead in the ratings of Morelos, who Football Whispers rated at 1.9 to transfer away from Ibrox.

F/W’s view

It’s surprising that Miller is the most likely to leave the club. Miller is 36-year-old in the final year of his contract and has fallen out of favour with Pedro Caixinha amid speculation that he has been the source of dressing room leaks about team selection. Rangers have also fared well in their last two matches without the veteran, securing impressive away wins at St Johnstone and Hamilton. It would rank as a surprise if Miller is at the club beyond January if Caixinha remains at the helm.