PEDRO CAIXINHA admits there could be up to 14 departures from Ibrox this summer as he rebuilds his Rangers squad ahead of the new campaign.

The Portuguese has already added Bruno Alves, Ryan Jack, Fabio Cardoso, Dalcio and Daniel Candeias to his Light Blues ranks.

And he could double that number in the coming weeks as he prepares for his first full season in the Premiership next time out.

Caixinha has told several players that they have no future at Ibrox beyond this summer and that Rangers will listen to offers for their services.

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Clint Hill and Philippe Senderos left at the end of their contracts, while Emerson Hyndman and Jon Toral returned to Bournemouth and Arsenal respectively after loan spells.

Striker Joe Garner clinched a move to Ipswich on Friday as he became the first sale of the close season for the Gers and Caixinha is determined to keep up the pace in the transfer market.

He said: "It's been going very well for me in Scotland.

"The team has undergone a major refurbishment - there could be 14 players leaving and 11 players coming into the club.

"It has been a struggle against time since we have to register the players in European competitions by June 19.

"We started by analysing our current squad in training, then we looked at the Scottish market and the international scene.

"For the risk to be smaller, we went to the markets and the players we know.

"In the Europa League, our aim is to reach the Group Stage and then take it from there."

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It has been a frantic start to life in Glasgow for Caixinha after he made the move from Al-Gharafa to replace Mark Warburton in March.

The 46-year-old missed out on second place in the Premiership and Scottish Cup glory as the Gers ended the campaign on a low note.

But he is relishing the task in hand at Ibrox as the countdown continues to the new campaign.

He said: "We are a big club and we are trying our best to get it back to where it was.

"It's the biggest club where I have been a coach.

"We have 145 years of history and have won more titles than anyone else in the world.

"The goals this season are to win, win, win.

"Celtic have won six straight titles, but Rangers were only in two of those leagues.

"Rangers must be the only club in the world that has been able to move from the fourth division to the Europa League in five years.

"Even when they were in the fourth division, 50,000 fans continued to go to the games. The fervour continues now and only wins are enough."