Rangers striker Brandon Barker is reportedly on his way of the club five months after he was signed from Manchester City according to the Daily Record.
It has come at strange time considering the fact that Rangers manager Steven Gerrard had hyped the player and believed they had found the gem.
Barker who joined the Glasgow outfit in August 2019 has managed to make only fice Scottish Premiership appearances.
“Last year I didn't feel we had enough in the final third," Gerrard told the BBC after the Englishman had inked a three-year deal with the Scottish giants.
"The idea this year was to build a squad with exciting players who can open the door in different ways."
The 23-year-old who was at his peak during his loan spell at Hibernian has struggled to make an impact with the Gers and there happens to be stiff competition with the likes of Sheyi Ojo, Ryan Kent, Jordan Jones to name a few - it has been rather difficult for the youngster to secure a spot in the starting lineup.
Barker has scored one goal in the appearances he has made with no assists and that has brought a damper to Gerrard who is reportedly set to let him go as they look to find another replacement before the close of the transfer window.
The former England U20 player is believed to be earning £10,000-a-week in wages and now the Rangers hierarchy feel that the money should be spent elsewhere on a more prominent play who has the calibre to play for Scotland's top tier teams.