Rangers are considering reviving their interest in Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones after Jamie Murphy suffered a knee injury last weekend, according to The Express.
Manager Steven Gerrard has recruited 11 new faces since taking over at Ibrox, but the Scottish club continues to be linked to more players.
At the weekend, a spanner was thrown into the works when Murphy suffered a knee injury that could keep him sidelined for a significant chunk of time.
The problem occurred during the Gers’ 3-1 win over Kilmarnock, and now options to act as cover are being considered.
The Express reports that Rangers may reignite their pursuit of Jordan Jones, who was linked to the club in January.
At this late stage of the window, clubs need to be looking for realistic options rather than ambitious moves.
Jones has shown his talent at Kilmarnock since moving to the club from Middlesbrough in 2016.
In his career so far, the 23-year-old has racked up 25 assists, including 18 in 90 for his current club.
The Middlesbrough-born player may not have the same level of quality as Murphy, but he has the ability to be a solid stand-in until the Rangers man is fit and firing.
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