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Todd Cantwell latest Rangers cryptic social media post irks fans once again as they tell him 'log off'

Todd Cantwell's social media activity has been a hot topic of conversation during his time at Rangers - and he's been at it again.

The attacking midfielder was recently embroiled in a spat with a Gers fan, branding him a "weapon" after being taken to task over a post. He had shared a highlights reel of his time at the club and written "more to come" but the supporter responded by telling him to do his talking on the pitch.

It's far from the first time the 26-year-old has landed in a spot of bother online since coming to Glasgow, including towards the end of last season when he sent his own fans what he labelled a "shushburger" after being on the end of some criticism. And it seems he hasn't learned his lesson.

He's now uploaded an Instagram story with some motivational speech in the background, saying: "I would rather be hated for who I truly am than to be adored for someone who I'm not. Love based on a lie is of no worth. I would rather be rejected for being my true self than to embrace the false side of me. I won't change who I am to suit other people. What you see is what you get.

"I've done bad things and made plenty of poor decisions, but I'll always remain true to myself. Even though I don't like some of the things I've done, in that moment, they felt like the right thing to do. No matter who you're with, or what friends you make, never change yourself to suit them."

And once again, fans are not impressed. One said: "Not much else you can say about him anymore, tired of the guy, really and truly am. Just f****** log off."

One wrote: "Needs to go, we have enough to worry about without worrying about this fella. If he was chocolate he'd eat himself," while another added: "Might mute the words Todd Cantwell until the season starts."

It recently emerged that Cantwell's agent had attempted to offer him to Lecce - but in an incredible gaffe sent his message to a fan account on Instagram rather than their manager.

It's believed the Ibrox side are willing to listen to offers for him and there was also recent report linking him with Saudi club Al-Qadsiah, where former Gers CEO James Bisgrove recently headed.