Rangers have signed former Scotland goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin.
The former Hearts star left Sunderland after their season finished, and signed a two-year deal with the Ibrox side.
The 32-year-old told the Rangers website: “It’s a very proud moment for myself and for the family.
“It is great to be back up here in Scotland and we are very proud to have made the deal happen and I am really looking forward to now getting back to football and starting my next chapter here with an amazing football club.
“Knowing the club already, and what a massive club it is and what a huge opportunity it could be, and speaking with the manager and his staff, and knowing the vision and the direction they have got, and what they are trying to achieve here, and the opportunity to be a part of that and hopefully be a part of something special here was what sold it to me.”
McLaughlin has two Scotland caps, making his debut in a friendly against Mexico in 2018 and playing in a Euro 2020 qualifier against San Marino last October.
He is Rangers’ third signing of the summer, with Steven Gerrard’s side securing a permanent deal for Ianis Hagi and landind defender Calvin Bassey.
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