Date: 6th January 2019 at 7:45pm
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Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones has left no-one in any doubt about where his loyalties lie after signing a pre-contract with Rangers over the weekend.

The club announced he will commence a four-year deal in the summer, remaining at Killie for the remainder of the Scottish Premiership season.

However, the Northern Ireland international wasted no time in sending a message to Rangers supporters on Twitter.

He has been heavily criticised by supporters of Kilmarnock and other Scottish clubs for his use ‘WATP’ at the end of his message, with many believing it’s a sign of disrespect to his current side, especially since he is due to play the Gers after the winter break.

That doesn’t really concern us though and fans are delighted to see him declare his support for the club, believing that the message could have even been tactical, with a view to signing for a cut-price fee this January instead of at the end of the season.

Is the winger working his ticket out of Rugby Park?

These fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts…

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