Rangers must make swift transfer decision as English high-flyers make reported attacker approach
With only three days of the January transfer window left to go, Rangers must make a swift decision on a player they highly coveted only a short time ago.
The Daily Mail are reporting that English Championship high-flyers Bristol City, who are currently fourth in the table, have ‘made enquiries’ about the possibility of signing Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones.
The Gers had a bid for Jones turned down earlier this month, with Killie manager Steve Clark claiming that the offer was “nowhere near acceptable“.
Rangers manager Graeme Murty and the rest of the staff at Ibrox now have a bid decision to make – to make another bid for the player or to move on.
The Killie attacker of course plays a role in the decision, he would have to weigh up the possibilities of possibly playing in the Premier League next season against possibly playing for the Gers.
And there’s also the factor of cost, having spent quite a lot of money already in January, would the Gers be able to afford to sign the 23-year-old.
If Murty really wants to sign the player the Light Blues should make an increased bid, but of course there’s no guarantee that Kilmarnock will accept it.
It’s interesting story to keep an eye on as the transfer window reaches it’s climax.
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