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Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones says Ian McCall's opinion was 'totally irrelevant' when Rangers were bidding for the midfielder during the January transfer window.


The Gers had what was believed to be a £350,000 bid knocked back after the turn of the year, prompting Ayr United boss McCall to claim the Gers had offered more than double what he believed the player to be worth. “I’ve seen him in one game against us,” McCall said on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound programme. “He’s got pace, he plays out wide. He was their main threat but he didn’t really do anything. There was no end product. I think (Rangers) were well off the mark (with their offer) - I’d pay £150,000 for him." After his side saw off the Gers last weekend, Jones sent out a tweet directed at McCall and we asked him what he thought of the whole affair.

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