Darren Bent has claimed both Jordan Jones is set to be forced out of Rangers in January – and George Edmundson is likely to follow.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former England and Tottenham striker claimed it will be easier to get rid of the pair after their lockdown breaches because they are not regular starters.
Football Insider revealed last week the Ibrox giants were planning to finalise a six-figure sale of Jones in January with a move to the English Football League a possibility.
Both are currently suspended and under investigation by the club after they were caught by police mixing with other households at a party in Glasgow.
They have also been hit with Scottish Football Association charges and are set to go in front of a Hampden disciplinary hearing on 19 November.
Asked by Football Insider whether he thinks their Rangers careers are over and they will be sold in January, Bent said: “I think so, yeah.
“When you’re not one of the biggest names there, it’s easier to get rid of them.
“I like what Steven Gerrard’s doing down there. He’s got them playing some good stuff, he’s going about his business very well.
“This could be the season that they stop that dreaded 10 in a row.”
Edmundson has featured just once for the Light Blues this season, a 5-0 win over Lincoln Red Imps in Europa League qualifying.
Meanwhile, Jones has played four games for Gerrard’s side this season including two starts in the Scottish Premiership.
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