By Danny Wright

27th Feb, 2018 | 3:27pm

'200k plus MOH', 'Outrageous' - Rangers fans demand club snaps up international attacker

Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to demand that the club signs Kilmarnock attacker Jordan Jones in the summer transfer window after his brilliant display in the 2-2 draw against Hibernian at the weekend.
Killie manager Steve Clarke confirmed in January that the Light Blues had made a bid for Jones, 23, but it was quickly rejected after it failed to come anywhere near his valuation of the one-time Northern Ireland international.
The Daily Record reported that the Gers’ offer was £350,000 but Kilmarnock were in search of £1million before considering allowing the former Middlesbrough winger to leave.
Jones has been in fantastic form this season at Rugby Park.
He has made 31 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals and supplying five assists in the process.
The versatile winger, who can play on both flanks or in a No 10 role, scored in the second half of Killie’s 2-2 draw with Hibs as Clarke’s men came from two goals down to earn a point against the Edinburgh club.
Now, Rangers fans on social media are crying out for director of football Mark Allen to revive a bid to sign Jones in the summer.
One Light Blues supporter claimed that the club should offer up £200,000 plus the services Michael O’Halloran to complete a deal.
Here is a selection of their tweets:

In other Rangers news, this attacker has agreed a deal with a top-four club after leaving Ibrox.
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