JORDAN LARSSON, son of Celtic legend Henrik, has scoffed at ludicrous reports he is about to join Mark Warburton’s Ibrox side.

In actual fact the “story” came from a made up rumour on Kerrydale Street forum which was designed to embarrass any mainstream media hacks who lifted the story and annoy the Zombies. 

What’s not to like about that?

Twitter picked up on the story, but the teenager, a massive Hoops fan, was quick to knock the notion out of the park.

Among the messages he retweeted yesterday were: “Best twitter transfer rumour of the silly season so far: Jordan Larsson going to Rangers (sic). haha love it!”

Some folk didn’t appreciate his remarks and Jordan tweeted: “No need for people to be offended or be offensive. It’s all in good fun and just a bit of banter. People need to chill.”

The 17-year-old Helsingborgs forward has scored five goals in 13 appearances for his Swedish club side and has also broken into the international Under-21 squad.

Feyenoord – one of his famous dad’s former teams – have already had him on trial.

Henrik, of course, became a hero with the Parkhead followers when he hammered in 242 goals during seven seasons at the club following his move from the Dutch outfit in 1997, bought by Wim Jansen for an absolute bargain at £650,000.

Once Upon a Time in the Kingdom of Govania is the hilarious new book from CQN laughing at the demise of Rangers and the pretendy new tribute act playing in the big boys league for the first time this season.

UEFA have confirmed in writing that they are a new club and CQN has been inundated by ZERO journalist’s enquiries from the Scottish MSM asking for sight of this definitive and conclusive letter. Not that we’re bothered.

While waiting on what’s coming next why not enjoy the laugh at both Govania clubs – the dead one and the one with five stars on their shirts – one for every year come the end of the season. 

If you don’t laugh your socks off we’ll be surprised! Get your copy exclusively at www.cqnbookstore.com now for only £9.99.

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