GRAHAM DORRANS has completed a move from Norwich to Rangers for an undisclosed fee after signing a three year deal with the Light Blues.
The midfielder becomes the ninth new recruit of the summer for Pedro Caixinha and joins the club he grew up supporting, after spending nine years in England.
He started his career with Livingston and after a loan spell at Partick Thistle, joined West Bromwich Albion in 2008, before moving to Norwich in 2015.
He has vast experience of the Premier League with both clubs, and has goals against the likes of Arsenal and Manchester City to his name.
Capped 12 times by Scotland, the 30 year-old follows the signings of Bruno Alves, Ryan Jack, Dalcio, Fabio Cardoso, Daniel Candeias, Alfredo Morelos, Eduardo Herrera and Carlos Peña.
At international level, he also played at the 2006 UEFA under-19 Championships, as Scotland made it all the way to the final with Dorrans scoring in the 2-1 final defeat to Spain, before going on to represent his nation the following summer at the under-20 World Cup.
Speaking after putting pen to paper, he told RangersTV: “It feels incredible. It has been a long couple of weeks but to finally get it over the line is an incredible feeling and I just can’t wait to get the boots on and get started.
“I don’t think there is ever a wrong time to come to a football club like this. The size of this football club is incredible – I’ve obviously had great times down in England, especially at West Brom, but growing up, I knew I always wanted to come to this football club and when the chance came around I jumped at it.”