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Jordan Jones and Sunderland: Is a permanent summer move from Rangers likely?



Jordan Jones is certainly preparing for what could be a busy summer.

The winger is currently enjoying a loan spell with Sunderland where he has the opportunity to make history by helping the club to secure promotion back to the Championship after three years away.

There’s no doubt that the 26-year-old has played a big role in the Black Cats’ recent success but the season is far from over.

What happens to Sunderland in the promotion race could go a long way to deciding where Jones’ future lies.

Jones has already fallen out of favour under Steven Gerrard at Ibrox and that suggests that he could be allowed to leave the club this summer.

Football League World have already revealed that Middlesbrough are monitoring his situation at Rangers, but given his recent form with Sunderland it’ll be interesting to see if they look to pursue a permanent move.

Sunderland’s hopes of signing him will surely hinge on the club’s promotion to the Championship as the challenge and finances on offer in League One seem unlikely to be enough to tempt the winger to the third tier.

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But if the Black Cats do go up then you wouldn’t bet against them making a move to sign him.

Jones is really enjoying his football under Lee Johnson who has done a wonderful job of getting the best from him in recent months – something that must not be underestimated after a difficult few years.

The next few weeks will be pivotal in deciding Jordan Jones’ future and Sunderland will surely be hoping that they’re in a position to make a move if they see fit.

North East-based EFL writer and aspiring author

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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