Gers Welcome Arfield To Ibrox

Gers Welcome Arfield To Ibrox

The Sun reported on Sunday that the Glasgow club has launched a bid worth £4million for Swansea and Scotland forward Oli McBurnie, with Steven Gerrard making him one of his main priorities for the summer window.

It's claimed Rangers have offered £4m to Fenerbahce, and a decision is yet to be made on whether a move will go ahead.

Scott Arfield was happy to sign for Rangers stating that it is a dream.

Arfield - who was the scorer of Burnley's first-ever Premier League goal - played 193 games for the Clarets as they have slowly progressed from the Championship to finish seventh in the Premier League this season, confirming their Europa League place for the next campaign.

Rangers announced on Monday morning that the 29-year-old had put pen to paper on a deal with the Ibrox outfit.

"When a club of this magnitude comes in for you it is a no brainer", said Arfield in the statement. "I'm going with the club's support and the club's backing - and I'm really excited to get started".

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"I'm really, really excited about it and so is Steven".

Speaking on being Gerrard" first signing, Arield said, "Of course there is pride.

Arfield signed the day after Rangers followed Burnley into the Europa League and the Canada global senses the teams are destined to meet.

"Celtic have had it their own way for far too long", added Gerrard, who will bring former Anfield team mate Gary McAllister to Ibrox with him as his assistant.

The Canada global midfielder has predicted quality players to be attracted to Rangers due to the presence of Liverpool legend Gerrard at Ibrox, and this should be a concern for Celtic.

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