Vladimir Weiss hints at future Ibrox return, Rangers fans respond on Twitter

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Vladimir Weiss has yet again hinted at a return to Rangers.

Former Rangers winger Vladimir Weiss has again taken to Twitter in order to hint that he will one day return to play for the club once again.

The Slovakia international will go up against England at Euro 2016 this summer, and is currently playing in Qatar with Al-Gharafa following a spell with fellow Qatari club Lekhwiya.

The 26-year-old will always be fondly remembered by Rangers fans though, having spent the 2010-11 season on loan at Ibrox with the Gers.

Pacey wide man Weiss hit five goals in 35 games for Rangers during his loan spell from Manchester City, and became a fan favourite as a result of his passion for the club.

Having played for Espanyol, Pescara, Olympiacos, Lekhwiya and now Al-Gharafa, Weiss has had a success career across a host of countries - yet he continues to hint at a return to Rangers.

Weiss regularly interacts with Rangers fans on Twitter, and having received a number of tweets on Monday asking him to come back to Ibrox, he tweeted 'one day' to the club's official account, hinting at a future return to Glasgow.

Fans were understandably excited by the tweet, telling him to come back to Glasgow and help take down Celtic in the Scottish Premiership next season, and stating that they would love to see him playing in the famous blue of Rangers once again.

Here are some of the reactions from Rangers fans after Weiss' tweet on Monday evening...

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