Rangers fans might be hoping that Steven Gerrard renews an interest in signing Jordan Jones this summer.
Not only is the Kilmarnock man a very talented winger and one who would improve Rangers, but the 23-year-old's response to a Celtic fan on Twitter yesterday is likely to endear him to the Ibrox faithful.
Jones, the subject of a £350,000 bid by the Gers back in January [BBC Sport], missed Killie's visit to Celtic yesterday through injury, but one Celtic supporter on Twitter intimated that his absence was linked to a fear of facing Hoops star Kieran Tierney.
But the Northern Irishman responded by posting a picture of his goal against Brendan Rodgers's side back in October, when the helpless Tierney could only watch on.
Gutted I’m not there man they are the games u want to play in good luck boys https://t.co/HhCWao8zxG— Jordan Jones (@JJordanjones11) May 9, 2018
— (@__WorrallEsque) May 9, 2018
Cla55 mate haha⚪— 25Wullie (@Numba1Bear) May 9, 2018
According to The Scotsman, the Ayrshire club value Jones to be worth around £1 million and it'll be interesting to see whether new manager Gerrard follows up on Graeme Murty's initial interest.
Rangers have Daniel Candeias for that right-wing role, and a fine option he is too after what's been a very decent first season in Scottish football, but competition never hurt anybody and the addition of Jones would undoubtedly help bridge the gap to Celtic going forward.