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Barrie McKay joins Forest

Winger follows Garner, Halliday, Senderos & Hill out the door at Ibrox

Rangers v Hamilton Academical - Scottish Cup Quarter-Final Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Barrie McKay has joined Nottingham Forest in a four-year deal for a fee around £500k after falling out of favour under Pedro Caixinha. McKay had been a regular under Mark Warburton, now at Forest, but had dragged his heels on a new deal at Ibrox; forcing Caixinha’s hand with the player’s deal set to expire this summer.

The 22-year-old joined Rangers in 2011 from Kilmarnock, scoring 20 times in 140 appearances across all four divisions in Scotland, and had loan stints at Raith Rovers and Greenock Morton before becoming a first-team regular under Mark Warburton in 2015.

McKay made his Scotland debut in a defeat to France in 2016.