Scott Arfield's Burnley exit confirmed

Rangers: Steven Gerrard out to emulate Jurgen Klopp style at Ibrox

Rangers: Steven Gerrard out to emulate Jurgen Klopp style at Ibrox

However, it's been confirmed that it will actually be Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield, as he has passed a medical after agreeing a four-year deal with the Glasgow giants.

Arfield returns to Scottish football for the first time since leaving Falkirk for Burnley in 2013, during which he helped the English club gain promotion to...

However, Arfield is out of contract this summer and after receiving an approach from Rangers, the Canadian has opted to make the switch North of the border.

The 29-year-old will be the first of potentially many names signing up to the club, with investment and expectation in high demand at the Ibrox club.

"Gerrard, who made 710 appearances for his boyhood club during 17 years at Anfield, formally takes charge of Rangers on 1 June and said he was looking forward to getting started".

"When a club of this magnitude comes in for you it is a no brainer", said Arfield.

"I'll listen to everything he and has staff have to say and hopefully take my game to the next level".

"We go up to Glasgow and we will give it our best".

'It is pleasing also that we have been able to start our rebuilding process so quickly after the end of the season.

Gerrard is seeking to improve the Rangers squad he inherited from former club boss Graeme Murty and clearly sees midfielder Arfield as the first missing piece in the pursuit of closing the gap at the top of the Scottish Premiership with arch-rivals Celtic.

"I'm excited to work with Gerrard, if you don't get excited by it you shouldn't walk through the front door".

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