CHRIS SUTTON has trolled Rangers over their messages to supporters in Seville, urging them to enjoy but behave themselves in the Spanish city. 

There has been invasion of tens of thousands of Gers fans heading to the south of Spain, where the Europa League final will be played. 

Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side take on Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday evening, as they aim to go all the way and create history by lifting the famous trophy.

In the days approaching the final, Rangers have released videos of former players, including Graeme Souness, encouraging fans of the club to enjoy the party atmosphere, but to carry themselves in the correct manner. 

And tonight, former Celtic star Sutton has taken to social media to take the mickey out of the clips. 

Wearing one of his Hoops tops, the ex-striker said: "Hello there to all of the Rangers fans out there in Seville. 

"I'm just following on from the messages from Graeme Souness, Ian Durrant and Richard Gough, please just behave out in Seville. 

"Try not to let yourselves down. Come on, do the right thing guys. Be good, behave and don't do anything naughty out there. Okay."

The funny mock-up video has gone down a storm on Twitter, with well over 7,000 likes on it within 30-minutes of being published.

Rangers take on Frankfurt on Wednesday evening in the final, with the match kicking-off at 8pm.

van Bronckhorst and his players jetted off to Spain this afternoon ahead of the showpiece spectacle.