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15th Jul, 2016 | 2:12pm

Done deal: Rangers agree terms for 20-year-old after paperwork settled

By Harvey Byrne

Rangers goalkeeper Liam Kelly has agreed a loan switch to Livingston until January,

The Scotland giants confirmed on Friday on their website that the 20-year-old would move to the Scottish League One side.

The youngster has been at the newly promoted Scottish Premiership side since he was 10-years-old and will spend the next five months with David Hopkin’s side.

Kelly spent the first part of last season as back-up to first choice goalkeeper Wes Foderingham before moving to East Fife on loan where he helped the side lift the League Two title.

The young star has recently returned from the Rangers squad’s trip to the United States where he worked with the first team under goalkeeping coach Jim Stewart alongside number one Wes Foderingham and the experienced new signing Matt Gilks.

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The Rangers youth graduate starred in 16 encounters in all competitions last season where he conceded just 14 goals and kept an impressive seven clean sheets.

He has represented Scotland at Under-16, Under-17 and Under-19, level as well as being called up the Under-21 side.

The Glasgow-born youngster will be looking to help Livingston bounce back to to the Scottish Championship at the first time of asking after side were relegated after suffering an 8-6 aggregate loss in the relegation play offs against Stranraer last season.

In other Rangers transfer news, Mark Warburton confirmed that the Scottish giants are in advanced talks to sign Joe Dodoo.