Jordan Jones returns to Rangers after loan, numerous clubs interested - report

Jordan Jones has returned to Rangers after his failed promotion bid with Sunderland over the weekend.

The winger left Ibrox earlier in the season after breaching COVID-19 protocols alongside the likes of George Edmundson.

It hasn’t exactly been a massive year for the Northern Ireland international, only scoring three goals in his 20 appearances.

The Scotsman has shared a major update on Jones.

With only one year left on his current deal in Glasgow, there are five clubs currently watching with an interest south of the border.

Sunderland would take the 25-year-old back at the Stadium of Light, with Middlesbrough another option in that area of England.

Cardiff, Barnsley and Stoke are all also credited with an interest, with five clubs in total possible destinations over the summer.

Good riddance.

Steven Gerrard would have felt betrayed when Jones breached the COVID protocols last season, something the loan exit clearly proved.

Three goals in 20 games in League One is nowhere near good enough, and if he could secure a place in Sunderland’s side, there is no chance here.

The Bears have just finished an incredible campaign, finishing unbeaten in the Scottish Premiership, something Jones can unlikely handle.

Ryan Kent has moved more central recently, leaving no room for other wingers, and with Fashion Sakala also joining this summer, Jones has no chance.

There are five clubs credited with an interest south of the border, and it appears as though he could be on the move, good riddance we say.

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