The Rangers camp looks to be a happy one this season after a stunning start to the campaign.
Nine points clear at the top and unbeaten so far, Steven Gerrard has surely crafted the Gers' best chance of winning a league title in years. Add that to a series of impressive European results and it all makes for a very bright picture indeed.
Perhaps the only problem so far was the the breaking of COVID-19 protocols by Jordan Jones and George Edmundson. Speaking to Football Insider, however, Noel Whelan has revealed he predicts that situation ending only one way.
Zeroing in on Jones in particular, Whelan sees this as the end of his time at Ibrox.
“He has put everybody in danger,'' said the former Aberdeen striker.
“Steven will be offloading him, he won’t want people with that kind of character. I think it’s the right thing to do.''
Having only made 19 appearances in just over 18 months as a Rangers player, it's fair to say those at Ibrox are unlikely to miss him. Still, it'd be a sad end for a player the club tried to buy before signing him on a pre-contract agreement, such was their desire.
The Northern Ireland international also described the switch to Ibrox as his 'dream' but, clearly, having broken the lockdown rules has no one to blame but himself.
Creating and scoring goals has certainly not been a problem for the Light Blues with the likes of James Tavernier, Ianis Hagi and Scott Arfield supplying Alfredo Morelos, Jermain Defoe and Kemar Roofe, so the winger is unlikely to leave too much of a hole should he leave.
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