RANGERS have confirmed the signing of Brandon Barker from Manchester City after the 22-year-old completed a medical at Ibrox today.

The English winger - who spent the 2017/18 season on loan at Hibernian, working under Neil Lennon - has signed a three-year deal the club.

Barker told Rangers TV: "It's a massive club. I think the name speaks for itself.

"The people that are working here obviously had a massive influence on that.

"I'm here to develop myself and there's no better place to do that than Rangers Football Club.

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"In the attacking third I'm quite direct. I like to go into 1v1 situations and I can give the team breathers when we're struggling, and get us up the pitch.

"I'm quite composed on the ball so I look to bring that into the game.

"I want to try and score goals, create goals and try and help the team.

"Obviously, I played [at Ibrox] when I played for Hibs and the atmosphere is overwhelming. It gives you shivers and that's what you want to do every single week. That's every kid's dream, playing in front of that many people.

"I'm delighted and I can't wait to get the opportunity to do that."