Date: 31st July 2018 at 8:00am
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Midfielder Andy Halliday has recently stated how happy he is working under Steven Gerrard, but Rangers fans think his time is up at Ibrox.

The 26-year-old spoke about his Rangers future recently, stating how happy he was working under the Liverpool legend after his well documented problems with Pedro Caixinha that resulted in him being sent to Azerbaijan on loan.

He was give match time in the friendly against Wigan on Sunday, but his playing time under the new boss is likely to be limited after the signings of Scott Arfield, Ovie Ejaria and Lassana Coulibaly.

Still, he’s always a committed performer and clearly loves the club. He’s tried his hardest to make an impact at the club, but has generally failed to win around supporters with his performances.

That may be why many think he doesn’t have a future with the Gers. A majority 64% of respondents to a poll we published earlier this week believe he doesn’t have what it takes to do a job for Gerrard’s side.

Will he be one of the players exiting the club in the final month of the transfer window?

You can see the full results below…