By Harvey Byrne

Midfielder Josh Windass has humorously told Martyn Waghorn on Twitter “at least you’ll never have to go to this barber again” after he departed Rangers for Ipswich on Monday afternoon.

The official Tractor Boys website and Twitter account confirmed that the 27-year-old had joined the Suffolk-based club after two years in Glasgow.

Waghorn was not included in Sunday’s season opening 2-1 victory over Motherwell, but he was a mainstay in the starting eleven last season, playing 41 times in all competitions and returning 16 goals.

It is thought that he was a popular member among the squad and after his move was confirmed Windass sent via his personal Twitter account a message accompanied by an image of a questionable haircut choice in a humorous dig.

Waghorn joined Rangers from Wigan in the summer of 2015 and brings his stay at the club to an end after 78 appearances and 44 goals in total.

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He will be hoping for a similar return in the English Championship with Ipswich as Mick McCarthy’s side target promotion.

Meanwhile, Windass will be hoping the 90 minutes played against Motherwell on Sunday will be the signs that he is being prepared for a more prominent role in his second season at the club.

In other Rangers news, Peter Lovenkrands has shared why he left the club in 2006.

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