Aluko to leave Rangers
Nigeria forward, Omatsone Aluko will be leaving Scottish Premier League (SPL) side, Glasgow Rangers.
Rangers have been embroiled in financial distress which has seen the club go into administration.
Aluko and at least ten other Rangers' players have now decided to quit leaving the club with just seven established first team players.
The ex-Aberdeen man and his disgruntled teammates are leaving as they objected to their contracts being transferred to the newco consortium at the club under Charles Green, the chief executive, and investment bank Zeus Capital.
The Super Eagles winger is already being tracked by American Major League Soccer (MLS) side, Houston Dynamo.
The MLS outfit are being rivalled for the Nigerian by English Championship side, Charlton Athletic.
Aluko is also out of contract at Rangers.
The Rangers' players had previously objected to the transfer of their contracts and have now instructed the lawyers used by their union, PFA Scotland, to object to their transfer to the newco, having been advised that they had to do so before the start of pre-season training and the next distribution of monthly pay, both of which happen on Wednesday.
Carlos Bocanegra, Maurice Edu, Neil Alexander, Dorin Goian and Kirk Broadfoot are now the most senior players who have yet to reveal whether or not they will stay in manager Ally McCoist's squad or follow the others in objecting to the newco.
If Rangers are to play in the Scottish football league next season, it is unclear which division they will be playing.
The SPL will meet with clubs next week to discuss the issue.