Steven Gerrard has confirmed the club have no offers for either Jason Holt or Graham Dorrans. The midfielders are not part of the Rangers manager’s first-team plans this season.
While there has been interest in winger Eros Grezda, Gerrard said that other departures are not looking likely as things stand:
“And more outgoings will depend on whether the individual players want to go and play football. There’s interest around Eros Grezda and that could move but in terms of Jason Holt and Graham Dorrans it’s quiet.”
The club’s attempts to offload Dorrans have been further complicated by the fact that the 32-year-old has picked a calf injury.
The playmaker has been plagued by injuries since arriving from Norwich City for £1.3m in the summer of 2017. He has played just 23 games over the past two years.
Holt’s situation is slightly different. The 26-year-old spent last season out on loan at Fleetwood Town, and he was a first-team regular for the English League One side.
Earlier this summer the midfielder was tipped to link up with former boss Mark Warburton at Queens Park Rangers but a move never materialised. With his contract expiring at the end of the season, Rangers may have to sell him for a nominal fee.