Rangers fans react on Twitter to rumours suggesting two Ibrox stars have snubbed new deals

Rangers' Martyn Waghorn celebrates scoring their fourth goal

Rangers duo James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn have reportedly snubbed new deals at Ibrox.

Rangers' James Tavernier celebratesRangers' James Tavernier celebrates

According to a report from The Guardian, Rangers stars James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn have both rejected new contracts with the club.

The Gers achieved promotion from the Scottish Championship last season, and have been working hard to bring in new signings such as ex-Premier League players Matt Gilks, Clint Hill, Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar.

Rangers' Martyn Waghorn scores their second goal from the penalty spot

Whilst manager Mark Warburton will be happy with how he's managed to add new faces, but keeping some of his current stars at Ibrox could become something of a problem.

According to The Guardian, right back James Tavernier and striker Martyn Waghorn have both rejected new deals to stay with the club, and English clubs are now looking into signing the pair given their unhappiness over the situation.

James Tavernier scores the first goal for Rangers

Both players joined Rangers from Wigan Athletic last summer, and played huge parts in the club's promotion, with right back Tavernier hitting a stunning 15 goals, whilst striker Waghorn finished as the club's top goalscorer having found the net 28 times.

The duo were seen as being key players as the club head into the Scottish Premiership, but questions about their futues now hang over both players.

Rangers' Martyn Waghorn celebrates scoring their fourth goal

Rangers fans have been taking to Twitter ever since the reports emerged, and supporters appear to be somewhat split on the situation.

Many believe that Rangers don't need to worry just yet, as both players have two years left on their contracts at Ibrox, but having given them a chance to impress when Wigan didn't want either player, they should appreciate Rangers and stay at the club.

Others have opposing views on whether Waghorn or Tavernier deserve a pay rise, with both players even described as frustrating - and some are concerned that their unhappiness could damage the team morale at Ibrox.

Do you think Tavernier and Waghorn should stay at Rangers?

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