Rangers are prepared to let Adam Devine depart today amid interest from Kilmarnock and Motherwell, according to the Rangers Review.


Devine is down the defensive pecking order under Philippe Clement at Ibrox and could be on his way out of the club.


The versatile defender has interest from clubs in the Scottish Premiership in the shape of Kilmarnock and Motherwell.




And Rangers are expected to allow Devine to depart on deadline day if he can find a destination he wants.


Any move is likely to be a loan for the 20-year-old.



Devine has only managed one appearance for Rangers so far this season, coming in the Scottish League Cup against Morton.


Kilmarnock currently sit in fourth spot in the Scottish Premiership standings.



Motherwell meanwhile are a lowly ninth and just two points clear of the drop zone in the table.