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22nd Jan, 2018 | 4:18pm

'Laughable' - Rangers fans react after reported emphatic transfer decision made in attacker hunt

Rangers have reportedly “cooled” their interest in bringing Northern Irish international Jordan Jones to Ibrox after being priced out of a move – and Gers fans are predicting he’ll leave Kilmarnock before long in a cut-price deal.
According to the Evening Times, after the Gers had a bid thrown out by the Rugby Park side for the 23-year-old, the Glasgow club took the emphatic decision to scale down their interest in a transfer for the attacker and shift to focus on other targets.
After the Gers’ bid was rejected Killie boss Steve Clarke and striker Kris Boyd both took to the media to criticise the Ibrox side’s approach which may well also play into the decision to walk away from a move for the winger.
Gers fans quickly took to social media and expect the winger to follow Aberdeen’s Kenny McLean and Hearts’ Jamie Walker in moving elsewhere for less than the Ibrox giants originally offered.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:

The 23-year-old has been a key player for Kilmarnock this season scoring three times and creating three more for his team-mates in 26 appearances.
Jones recently made his debut for Northern Ireland in the World Cup qualifying playoff defeat by Switzerland.
The Gers have already signed Sean Goss, Jason Cummings, Jason Murphy and Russell Martin on loan this month with negotiations continuing with Hamilton over a move for 21-year-old midfielder Greg Docherty.
In other Rangers news, an English club is interested in a swoop for this Gers defender after contract negotiations begin.
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