Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield has become Rangers first signing of the summer after he has agreed a four-year pre-contract agreement, according to Sky.
They claim their sources have said the deal has been rubber-stamped and will become official as soon as the window opens in Scotland in June.
Sky sources understand Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield has agreed a four-year pre-contract agreement with Rangers. pic.twitter.com/I1SiUu17hw
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) April 27, 2018
The 29-year-old Canadian, who has 12 caps for his country, joins on a free transfer from the Premier League side after making 193 appearances for Burnley, scoring 22 goals and adding 12 assists.
Football Insider verdict:
Well, no one could accuse Rangers of taking their position in Scottish football lightly. The transfer window is still over a month away north of the border and Mark Allen has already slapped down a huge statement of intent with an agreement for Arfield. What with Allan McGregor reported to be close to a Bosman deal too, and Gerrard mulling over an offer to be manager, these are hugely exciting times to be a Rangers fan. They’ve got the small matter of an Old Firm clash to look forward to on Sunday when they can potentially stop their rivals lifting the Premiership. Heady times indeed.
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