Report suggests international has played his last game for Rangers as contact made
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Report suggests international has played last Rangers game as contact made by multiple clubs

A TEAMtalk report has hinted that Jordan Jones has played his last game for Rangers, with multiple English clubs already making contact ahead of potential summer bids.

Jones joined the Gers in a dream move from Kilmarnock in the summer of 2019 but despite showing glimpses of quality, he hasn’t managed to establish himself at Ibrox.

Jordan Jones only has one goal and two assists to his name at Rangers. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The Northern Ireland international served a seven-match SFA ban for breaching Covid regulations earlier this season and after failing to force his way back into the side, he joined Sunderland on loan in January.

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The player himself claimed last month that the door was still open for him at Rangers, with Steven Gerrard allegedly asserting prior to his departure that talks regarding his Ibrox future would be held in the summer [Daily Record].

However, TEAMtalk reports that despite his impressive start at Sunderland, for whom he’s already scored twice and notched three assists, Rangers have told him that he can move on at the end of the season.

There’s allegedly no shortage of interest in his signature, either, with multiple Championship clubs said to have already contacted the Gers in order to find out what kind of fee they would be looking for.

Barnsley, Cardiff City, Stoke City and Middlesbrough are all said to be keen.

The Rangers loanee has attracted attention with his performances for Sunderland and multiple clubs have reportedly registered their interest. (Photo by Ian Horrocks/Sunderland AFC via Getty Images )

Boro and Stoke could well be standout options for the winger, given that the former are his hometown club and the latter are managed by former Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill, with whom he has an excellent relationship.

Jones is under contract at Rangers until 2023, so the club are in a relatively strong position ahead of any potential summer negotiations.

The 26-year-old is one of several Gers wingers currently on loan away from Ibrox, and two others scored last week as they bid to impress Steven Gerrard.


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