By Harvey Byrne
Martyn Waghorn looks set to quit Rangers and Ibrox in January, and fans on Twitter won’t be unhappy to see the back of their striker.
The Scottish Sun claim that the 26-year-old, who scored 28 goals last season, is unhappy he has not been offered an improved contract like some of his teammates.
It is said that Waghorn met with manager Mark Warburton at Murray Park on Wednesday and informed him of his desire to quit when the window re-opens.
The report states there is interest from Championship duo Fulham and Bristol City and that he could even go on loan until the end of the season.
However, fans aren’t too displeased at the report on social media, with many of the belief that isn’t up to Scottish Premiership standards.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Waghorn has made 14 appearances for the Scottish giants this season with a return of eight goals in all competitions.
However, just one of those goals have come in Scotland’s top flight having played in nine encounters.
Rob Kiernan, Wes Foderingham and James Tavernier have all got improved deals in recent months and it is now clear that Waghorn believes he’s earned a new deal too.
In other Rangers news, David Weir believes this star must start against England.