RANGERS can today confirm midfielders Fraser Aird and Tom Walsh have left the club after their contracts were mutually terminated.

Born in Toronto, Canada to Rangers supporting, Glaswegian parents Aird signed pro for the club just after his 16th birthday.

Within a year he had moved from under-17 level to under-19 level and made his first-team debut on September 23 2012, in a 4-1 win over Montrose in Division Three. He scored his first Rangers goal in December of that year against Queens Park.

Aird made 85 competitive appearances for Rangers throughout his time at the club, scoring a total of thirteen goals. He was a member of the side that won the League 2 in 2012/13 and League 1 in 2013/14.

The Canadian spent last season on loan in MLS with Vancouver Whitecaps, making his debut in March 2016 and going on to make twenty-four appearances for the club.

Ayrshire born Walsh joined the club when he was 11-years-old, progressing through the academy into the first team. He made his debut five years later on December 8 2012, at just 16-years-old, against Stirling Albion in Division Three.

Walsh would go on to make thirteen competitive appearances for the club and feature on loan for Stenhousemuir, Dumbarton and most recently St Mirren.

Everyone at the club wishes Fraser and Tom all the very best for their future careers.

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