Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst expects clubs to be interested in the club’s best players.
There has been constant speculation surrounding the futures of Joe Aribo, Ryan Kent and Glen Kamara.
Van Bronckhorst accepts that transfer interest will arrive but the 46-year-old remains hopeful of keeping his star men.
Kent and Aribo are entering the last 18 months of their contracts at Ibrox and English clubs will be targeting bargain deals.
But the Gers boss remains hopeful that the talented duo will extend their deals and insists the Ibrox club are positive over the situation.
Van Bronckhorst said: “If you play really well of course you have interest in your players.
“I want to have my players performing really well, when they do that with a club like Rangers then interest will come.
“But of course we will look into the contracts as well.
“They are two important parts of the team and I’m very positive about them. I think the club is also very positive about them as well.
“Eventually when you’re both happy you can sign a new deal. We have to see in the coming months how we progress with them.”
This article was updated 1 year ago