Former Rangers player Ian McCall has said that he wouldn’t even pay half of the £350,000 that Kilmarnock reportedly rejected from Rangers for Jordan Jones.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clark told Rangers that they wouldn’t get Jones for the bid that he dismissed out of hand, before slapping a £1million price tag on the midfielder.
It is yet to be confirmed if Rangers are going to continue their pursuit of the player.
However, McCall, who played for Rangers in the 80s, told the BBC, as quoted by the Scottish Sun, that he thought the Scottish giants had bid too much.
“I think they’re well off the mark…I’d pay £150,000 for him!
“No, listen he’s got modern football, he can run, he’s got pace.
“I’ve seen him in one game when he played against us. He was their main threat but he didn’t really do anything, there was no end product I didn’t think.
“But he’s got pace and he plays out wide. But for me to pay £350k…
“It’s not a lot of money, but it is in Scottish football.”
However, while McCall isn’t a fan of Jones, he has been impressed with Graeme Murty’s transfer business so far.
The Rangers manager gas enjoyed a hectic January transfer window with Russell Martin, Jason Cummings, Jamie Murphy and Sean Goss all arriving.
And McCall thinks the transfers have been well thought out and he described them as “pretty safe”.
McCall is currently manager at Ayr United.
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