Rangers will look to recoup the £4.5million fee that was shelled out for Cyriel Dessers last summer as the striker attracts interest from Saudia Arabia and a handful of European clubs.

Greek outfit PAOK were last week heavily linked with a move for Dessers just 12 months after he arrived in Glasgow from Cremonese. The Nigerian internationalist scored 22 goals in all competitions for Rangers during what was a tumultuous campaign at Ibrox.

Now the Rangers Review understands that clubs in France and Spain have also registered their interest in Dessers ahead of a potential exit this summer. It is believed the situation is also being closely monitored in Saudi as Dessers considers his options ahead of the new term.

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The 29-year-old was one of the headline arrivals of Michael Beale’s shopping spree 12 months ago but endured a difficult start to life in Glasgow. The arrival of Philippe Clement in October sparked an upturn in his fortunes but Rangers are open to doing business and expect to recoup their outlay as part of a significant rebuild ahead of the big kick-off in the coming weeks.

Rangers have added five players to their squad so far as Philippe Clement overhauls the group that finished second in the Premiership last time out. Moroccan striker Hamza Igamane will become the latest recruit when he puts pen-to-paper on his switch from FAR Rabat in the coming days.

Winger Yusuf Kadabayi will not be following him into Ibrox after he agreed a four-year deal with Bundesliga side FC Augsburg. It is also understood that a move for Norwich City midfielder Kenny McLean has stalled.

The departure of Dessers would leave Clement with just Igamane and Danilo as his centre-forward options following the decision to release Kemar Roofe at the end of his contract. Jon McLaughlin, Borna Barisic, John Lundstram and Ryan Jack also exited in the aftermath of the Scottish Cup final defeat to Celtic.

Nils Koppen, the director of football recruitment, is continuing to work on a list of targets to add strength and depth to Clement’s squad and Rangers are open to offers for a number of players as the Belgian books seeks to alter the profile of the first team group.

Forward Sam Lammers will be allowed to leave amid interest from two Eredivisie clubs. It is understood that no discussions over a fee have taken place regarding the Dutchman, who was a £3.5million recruit from Atalanta 12 months ago.

A number of other players - including the likes of Robby McCrorie, Scott Wright and Todd Cantwell - are also expected to depart amid ongoing uncertainty over the futures of skipper James Tavernier and vice-captain Connor Goldson.