Scott Arfield Signs For Steven Gerrard's Rangers From Burnley

John Mc Ginn #8 of Scotland wins the ball from Laszlo Kleinheisler of Hungary during the International Friendly match between Hungary and Scotland at Groupama Arena

Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield on brink of Rangers move

Scott Arfield has become Steven Gerrard's first signing as Rangers manager after joining on a four-year deal from Burnley.

The first piece of transfer news from Ibrox since their recent manager switch-up has seen Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield join Rangers on a four-year deal after his deal at Burnley ran out.

Last month, reports emerged that Rangers had made an approach for the Canadian global, whose contract at Turf Moor expires at the end of the season.

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Rangers have a number of players under contract who are expected to be moved on, while there is also no word on whether the club will try to keep a number of players on loan at Ibrox, including Russell Martin, Jason Cummings and Sean Goss.

Gerrard said in a statement: "I am delighted to have added Scott Arfield to the squad for next season".

Arfield, who was born in Scotland but plays his global football for Canada, where his father is from, made almost 200 appearances for Burnley.

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Arfield has also played for Canada 12 times during his career after making his worldwide debut in February 2016, despite originally representing Scotland's Under-21 side 17 times previously.

Arfield broke through the ranks at Falkirk back in 2007, playing a total of 122 times across three seasons, including in the Scottish Cup final in 2009 where they lost 1-0 to Rangers.

"When you look at the style of football that Jurgen Klopp plays, I think every fan in the world loves watching that", Gerrard said.

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