Rangers have released former Aberdeen winger Greg Stewart after just seven starts in two seasons.
The former Aberdeen winger joined Steven Gerrard’s side from Birmingham City in 2019 following a loan stint at Pittodrie.
Stewart, 31, started only one match as the Ibrox side won the 2020-21 Premiership title in an unbeaten season.
Across his two campaigns in Govan, Stewart appeared in a total of 33 matches and scored three times.
Joining him in departing the Light Blues is midfielder Bongani Zungu.
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South African international Zungu arrived in October on loan from French side Amiens but made little impact – save for copping a six-match SFA ban after attending an illegal lockdown party along with four team-mates in February.
Gers had the option to make his move permanent for £2.7million but have opted against it.
Sporting director Ross Wilson said: “We made a number of changes to the squad last summer and the group has a real strength and connection in it between all of the players. Greg and Bongani were two really positive influences and popular members around the group.
“As a Rangers fan I know how much it meant to Greg to help the club clinch the league championship and I am delighted he moves on to his next challenge as a league champion.”