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Rangers seal deal for Graham Dorrans as Barrie McKay nears Ibrox exit door

Graham Dorrans in action for Scotland (SNS Group)
Graham Dorrans in action for Scotland (SNS Group)

GRAHAM DORRANS has reportedly become Pedro Caixinha’s latest signing in a summer of rebuilding at Rangers.

According to The Sun, the Norwich midfielder has signed a three-year deal at Ibrox after the Canaries accepted a bid thought to be close to £1.5m.

The Scotland international will be Caixinha’s ninth signing of the summer.

Barrie McKay in action for Rangers (SNS Group)
Barrie McKay in action for Rangers (SNS Group)

Meanwhile, Barrie McKay is nearing a move to Nottingham Forest.

It is understood the winger will have a medical with the English Championship club, managed by former Gers boss Mark Warburton, with a view to a £500,000 switch.

The 22-year-old had been training with the Ibrox under-20s after being left out of the Europa League squad.

Rangers face Progres Niederkorn tonight in the second leg of their first round qualifier, holding a 1-0 lead from last week’s match at Ibrox.

Defender James Tavernier told Rangers TV: “The teams that come to Ibrox don’t really try and exploit us – they tend to just sit back and try to catch us on the counter attack and at set-pieces.

“That’s what we expected from them and that’s what they did. It’s a matter of just being aggressive in front of their goal and to score as many goals as we can.

“It is disappointing when you are creating a lot of chances and the ball isn’t going in the goal. We got the one from Kenny to give us the upper hand in this second leg.

“We want to come over here and win comfortably. We want that early goal and then possibly more – we have looked at it and the early goal means they need three to get past us.

“We are looking to keep a clean sheet at the back and the forward men are looking to score as many goals as they can.”