Jack Butland Clashes with Rangers Fan at Ibrox Following Win over Kilmarnock (VIDEO)

Rangers goalkeeper Jack Butland found himself embroiled in a heated exchange with a supporter following the team’s 4-1 victory over Kilmarnock on May 5th.

The incident, captured on video obtained by the Scottish Sun, unfolded as players were leaving Ibrox after the match. The footage shows Butland exchanging angry words with a fan, though the exact cause of the argument remains unclear.

However, the goalkeeper’s response suggests it stemmed from criticism regarding his post-game interactions with fans. “I stop every single time. Every single time!” Butland can be heard retorting in the video. “I’ve stopped every week. Every week.”

This comes amidst speculation surrounding Butland’s future at Rangers. Reports suggest the English shot-stopper harbors ambitions of returning to the Premier League after just one season in Scotland.

Despite this, his contribution to the Gers’ success cannot be overlooked. Butland was named the club’s Men’s Player of the Season, playing a vital role in their strong campaign. According to Transfermarkt, he has started every game except one this season, accumulating a staggering 4,860 minutes across 54 appearances.