Rangers captain James Tavernier’s brother, Marcus, has been getting involved with the Light Blues’ title celebrations.
The Middlesbrough midfielder was photographed wearing a Scottish Premiership winners medal, alongside Nathan Patterson:
Marcus Tav ? with the medal on class ? ?⚪️? pic.twitter.com/qfxManxoj1
— True Blues Loyal ©️®️™️ (@TrueBluesLoyal1) May 16, 2021
Marcus is a talented player in his own right but, unlike his sibling, he has yet to reach his peak, being seven years younger. Supporters on Twitter would like to see the brothers reunite at Ibrox:
Get him signed, boy has bags of potential
— El El (@RuleBritannia94) May 16, 2021
Get him up the road….
— Campbell (@campbell1083) May 16, 2021
— RenfrewLoyal✊??? (@RenfrewLoyal72) May 16, 2021
Would love to see him at Ibrox
— Chris McFadyen (@_fadgie_) May 16, 2021
Get him up the road he’s a decent player
— Shane duffy loyal ?? (@RfcWullieb) May 16, 2021
Leaves boro he will get one
— ????????????????? ℂ???sℂ??? (@GemBreakers) May 17, 2021
Whether the Tavernier brothers will ever end up playing together for the Gers, we shall see. Marcus is coming off a rather underwhelming season with Boro, having scored four goals and provided four assists in 32 appearances.
The 22-year-old has also had to cope with two major injuries, with knee and calf problems having limited his game time in the second half of the campaign.
Tavenier has two years remaining on his contract at the Riverside Stadium but manager Neil Warnock recently said he was determined to keep the player, who has been linked with Everton and Newcastle in recent months.