Footage of a second Rangers player arguing with a supporter has emerged from the weekend victory over Kilmarnock.

Jack Butland has been spotted in a further exchange with a fan following the 4-1 win at Ibrox.

It comes after his teammate Borna Barisic was embroiled in a heated row with a fan while signing autographs at the stadium exit.

The Croatian defender was caught on film confronting the man in a face-to-face encounter. The 31-year-old could then be seen raising his hands to the fan before being ushered away, as stewards attempted to defuse the situation.

Now, in a second clip shared on social media, the PFA Scotland Player of the Year nominee was spotted having it out with a supporter near his car. 

Not every part of the video is clearly audible, however, it seems the confrontation is sparked by the supporter questioning Butland over not receiving his autograph. 

At the railings, separating punters from the players and their vehicles, the fan said: "Want to sign my top, pal?"

This prompted Butland to stand close to the metal fencing, as the ex-England No.1 replied: "I stop every single time. Every single time."

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Voices from the gathered crowd grow louder at this stage of the clip and Butland walks off, as a club official urges him to walk away.

The goalkeeper has been an inspired signing for the Ibrox club this season. 

He joined under Michael Beale last summer following the expiry of his contract at Crystal Palace. 

Butland joined in search of retaining a No.1 spot at a big club, after several stints as a back-up down south.

It's a move that has paid off for both him and Rangers, with a potential recall to the England national team set-up still being mooted ahead of the Euros in Germany.