By Mike Slater

13th Jan, 2022 | 8:10pm

Clock ticking on Rangers career of John Lundstram - Chris Jack

Chris Jack has insisted that the clock already appears to be ticking on the Rangers career of John Lundstram.

The Herald journalist has reported that Middlesbrough are one of many English sides wanting to make a move for the midfielder.

After arriving under Steven Gerrard in the summer, game time has been limited under Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

Writing in his latest column for the Herald, Jack shared the latest with an exit looking likely in the near future.

“Middlesbrough are one of a handful of English sides that are interested in John Lundstram following an underwhelming first half of the campaign at Ibrox,” he wrote.

“The midfielder could yet remain part of Van Bronckhorst’s squad this term but the clock seems to be ticking on his Rangers career just months after a move from Sheffield United.”

Clock is ticking.

Lundstram arrived with huge expectations from the fans, and things just haven’t appeared to go his way.

Unnecessary red cards and the inability to string together numerous starts are things that Van Bronckhorst certainly won’t appreciate.

The midfielder has only managed eight starts in the Scottish Premiership this season, with only 58 minutes handed to him since the start of December [WhoScored].

A return of one goal isn’t good enough either, and with the likes of Joe Aribo shining so much, opportunities are only going to get even more limited.

After arriving on a free transfer, maybe it is time for the Bears to cash in and earn even more profit this month.

In other Rangers news, an official club partner has fired back at Tom English after his latest bitter jibe at the Bears