Sky Sports pundit reveals Rangers fan altercation with Ryan Kent insisting 'they turned on him'
ANDY WALKER has questioned Ryan Kent's commitment at Rangers after detailing the reaction of some supporters to the former Liverpool winger's performance against St Johnstone.
The attacker started as Giovanni van Bronckhorst's team lost 2-1 against Saints in Perth and pressure is now mounting on the Ibrox manager.
Kent was hounded out the game by St Johnstone defender James Brown over the course of the 90 minutes and he failed to make an impact in the final third.
Reacting to his performance, Walker told Sky Sports:“I saw Rangers fans turn on Ryan Kent today. They gave him a lot of stick.
“They turned on him in a different kind of way today. I don’t know if he is committed and focused.
“I don’t know about Alfredo Morelos either."
On van Bronckhorst's future at Ibrox, Walker continued: “I think he is a clever guy and a smart coach. Anyone who can get to a Europa League final with a good squad knows what they are doing.
“I think there is a lot of nonsense coming out of Ibrox, in terms of this is the best squad Rangers have had over the last number of years? I don’t believe it for a second.
“If Rangers can’t strengthen post qualification for the Champions League, then surely they are unable to get rid of a manager and his backroom staff, get another manager and give him funds to spend?"