Dujon Sterling agrees four-year Rangers deal - sources
Chelsea defender Dujon Sterling has agreed a four-year contract with Rangers, sources have told Football Insider.
The 23-year-old, who is out of contract at Stamford Bridge next month, will put pen to paper after he completes imminent medical tests.
Sterling has already had a tour of Rangers’ Auchenhowie training headquarters and was offered a contract he has now accepted.
The full-back is set to become one of two early-window arrivals alongside Norwich City’s Kieron Dowell, who has already completed a medical.
Rangers are preparing for their biggest overhaul since before the Steven Gerrard era with a massive player turnover expected in the summer window.
Manager Michael Beale has already hinted that out-of-contract duo Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos will be leaving the club at the end of this season.
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The likes of Allan McGregor, Ryan Jack and Scott Arfield are also out of contract at the end of this month – while loan star Malik Tilman will return to parent club Bayern Munich.
Beale has moved quickly to add Sterling to his dwindling squad after he impressed in a loan spell at Stoke in the 2022-23 campaign.
He made 26 league appearances for the Potters this season, playing on both flanks.
The 23-year-old has also been a success in temporary spells at Coventry City and Blackpool, racking up nearly 100 EFL games across all of his loans away from Chelsea.
Sterling has been at Stamford Bridge for 16 years – joining the Blues’ youth system when he was just seven years old.
Rangers manager Beale refused to comment on the imminent arrival during Friday’s pre-Celtic press conference.
The Ibrox club face their bitter Old Firm rivals on Saturday (13 May) with nothing more than bragging rights up for grabs – with the Hoops already claiming the Scottish Premiership title.
In other news, Rangers exodus intensifies as another senior man leaves.