£5m-rated ace delivers one-word Instagram reply when asked about Rangers exit
Rangers fans and Josh Windass enjoyed a tumultuous relationship during his spell at Ibrox. The attacker spent two seasons at Ibrox, joining the club in the summer of 2018 before leaving Glasgow in 2018. Asked during a Q&A Instagram session about any regrets at Rangers, Windass said “leaving”.
Windass, 27, was brought to Rangers by Mark Warburton in the summer of 2016 after the Gers had returned to the Scottish Premiership. He left the club two years later with stats of 73 appearances and 33 goal involvements. The odd injury hampered his progress at times.
His relationship with fans was also always bubbling on the surface. In February 2018, he even shushed his own fans after scoring in a 2-0 win v Partick Thistle. But asked on Instagram if he had any regrets about his time at Ibrox, Windass replied. He posted a one-word response.
Windass regrets exit on Instagram, but should Rangers regret sale?
In the season before he left, Windass scored 18 goals and laid on eight more assists. While the relationship was always tricky with fans, Windass was largely loved. Steven Gerrard chose to get rid, for just £2.5million (Sun) – joining Wigan. Nine goals in 56 saw him move to Sheffield Wednesday.
Wednesday have been relegated to League One, but after 16 goal involvements in the 2020-21 campaign – he is likely to find a new club this summer. He has entered the final 12 months of his contract too. Should Rangers regret his sale? Not as much as Windass should regret leaving.
Yorkshire Live – as per The Examiner – claim Wednesday want £5million for Windass. While Rangers might not regret his exit, selling him for so cheap is a question mark.
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