Glasgow Rangers winger Jordan Jones has deleted an Instagram story quoting Serge Gnabry.
Jones had shared words from the Germany international following a 4-1 loss against Dundee United whilst playing for Rangers’ B side. Jones had been involved with the senior side in the Veolia Trophy in France, but on Wednesday he was selected for what was effectively a reserve match as Steven Gerrard’s team faced Motherwell later on at Ibrox.
In the quote, Gnabry was talking about his time at West Brom and the lack of opportunities he was given (via Player’s Tribune). He said:
“I got a 15-minute run at the end of the Chelsea match, and then I wasn’t even in the squad after that.“I sat in the stands for six months, doubting myself.”
Gnabry is now one of the best and most exciting wingers in the world, currently valued at £64.8m by Transfermarkt, but there was a time when he was deemed not good enough at the Baggies by Tony Pulis.
Jones, who joined the club from Kilmarnock last summer, is clearly frustrated at his lack of opportunities with the 54-time Scottish champions, but this is no way to go about airing your grievances. Gerrard has recently taken aim at egos in the academy, and it is likely that he will be equally unimpressed by outbursts such as these from senior players.
Should Jordan Jones leave the club?
The only thing Jones can do now is to show his boss he has what it takes to make it at Ibrox.
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