Rangers: James Tavernier appears to confirm Ibrox stay

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James Tavernier has hinted he will be sticking around at Rangers following the Ibrox club’s long and memorable campaign and previous rumours regarding his future.

Rangers managed to end the season on a high, defeating Hearts at Hampden Park to secure their only silverware of the campaign after losing their league title and suffering defeat in the Europa League final on penalties, however, there was some more potential good news for the Gers on social media.

As the season draws to a close all over Europe, players and staff have been reflecting on another gruelling campaign, with many taking to social media to share their sentiments ahead of a well-earned break.

This is no different for Rangers skipper James Tavernier, who recently took to Instagram to share the following message:

“This season has had its ups and downs with a lot of emotions. I couldn’t be prouder of the players, The staff, the club and the fans who have given us unbelievable support all year. Memories along the way we’ll never forget.

“Enjoy your break. Can’t wait for next season.”

Last month, there was talk that Aston Villa were looking at Tavernier as ex-Gers boss Steven Gerrard looked to raid his former club. However, it does appear as if the full-back’s heart firmly remains in Glasgow.

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TIF Thoughts on James Tavernier’s post…

His final comment that he ‘can’t wait for next season’ would nod towards the skipper not looking to leave the club in the summer break – an update that will surely delight all Gers fans.

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