Watch Philippe Clement's Rangers press conference in full as imminent Barisic and Lundstram exits addressed

Philippe Clement has NO issues over the mentality of Borna Barisic and John Lundstram as he addressed their Rangers futures.

Record Sport told you earlier this week how Turkish outfit Trabzonspor had agreed a deal with the Croatian international to make the move from Ibrox on a free transfer when his contract expires in the coming weeks. The same club are also confident of landing Lundstram as part of a double swoop on the Light Blues once their domestic Treble chase comes to an end. It is full focus on Kilmarnock this weekend for the men from Govan before a huge derby showdown with Celtic at Parkhead next weekend.

And ahead of welcoming Derek McInnes and his troops to Ibrox, Clement answered questions surrounding the pair and the talk over their futures looking likely to be away from Rangers. Firstly on Barisic, the Belgian explained: "There have been reports for months about players and a lot of things. As long as nothing is official and I see the right things in training and in the dressing room then players are selectable. Borna will be in the selection tomorrow from what I have seen until now. If he steps into the building with another mindset tomorrow that is something else, but I don't believe so. I see somebody who has served this club already for a long time and is really hungry for more titles and trophies."

Back in March, Clement declared he was confident a new deal could be struck with Lundstram to tie him down. He's been a key player for the Belgian boss since taking over from Michael Beale and will play a pivotal role in Rangers' bid to overtake Celtic and lift the Scottish Premiership crown and land the Scottish Cup alongside their League Cup success earlier this campaign.

However, no agreement has yet to be struck with Clement admitting 'the water is too deep between the two sides' in a hint that an agreement between both parties is still a distance away. On Lundstram, he continued: "There is nothing official around that. I am not naïve. The longer that things last then the more possibility that other people step in.

"But for the moment apparently the water is too deep between two sides. But I see Lunny everyday in the same way he was two months ago, three months ago or five months ago. He is fighting for the club. All these players are busy with winning trophies and doing the right things together otherwise they would not be in the selection."