Rangers kid James Graham is set to leave Ibrox on loan, according to a report.

It's claimed the teenager is preparing to finalise a temporary switch to Dumbarton.

The Daily Record reports Graham is ready to join the Scottish League Two side to help bolster their attacking options in the promotion push. The club currently sits fourth in the league table.

Graham had spent the first half of the season on loan at League One club Annan Athletic where he played 13 times before being recalled to Ibrox last month.

The striker also played four times for Rangers B in the Challenge Cup this season, scoring one goal.

Now, Graham is expected to make the switch to Dumbarton to join Stevie Farrell's squad.

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And he will have a familiar face at Dumbarton with Rangers team-mate Jay Hogarth already on loan at the club.

Meanwhile, Philippe Clement has revealed Kemar Roofe won't feature for Rangers against Kilmarnock due to concerns over the artificial surface and his injury comeback.

He said: "The squad is OK. No injuries, or more injuries, after the last game.

"The only thing is that I cannot put Kemar Roofe in the selection again because of the surface.

"So that is a clear message from my medical staff that it is too risky after his injury and amount of injuries.

"In that way, it is a disadvantage to play on that kind of pitch. But we need to adapt again and it is a chance for another player."