By Saikat Mandal

11th May, 2022 | 10:36pm

Connor Goldson appears to bid farewell to Rangers fans after 4-1 win v Ross County

Rangers have picked a 4-1 win against Ross County in the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday night (11 May) at Ibrox.

With the Gers playing their final league game away at Hearts, this was their final home game of the season.

Connor Goldson appears to have bid farewell after a footage emerged (via Four lads had a dream) where he was seen standing alone and applauding the fans.

Time over?

Goldson has a contract at the club till the end of the season.

He is yet to pen a new deal at the club, and in all probability will leave Ibrox.

Goldson has been a terrific servant of this club, and he will love to end the season with the Europa League trophy to his name.

The 29-year-old has been an epitome of consistency. He established himself as a key player under Steven Gerrard and played a monumental role last season in helping the Gers win the league title.

This season, Goldson suffered a dip in form in the middle, but he has returned back to his best.

He has been simply outstanding in the Europa League this season, with no player having made more ball recoveries (92) than him.

No one knows what’s going to happen next for him, but it seems, his time at Ibrox is over. His gesture gives an indication to that direction.

In other Rangers news, this Ibrox sensation is going to quit the Gers within weeks with a sell-on clause potentially involved in a deal.