Hull City: Allan McGregor confirms Rangers return

  • Hull City: Allan McGregor confirms Rangers return

Hull City: Allan McGregor confirms Rangers return

The 25-year-old has made around 160 appearances in his senior career with Cheltenham, Shrewsbury and Brighton.

Goldson has been the main understudy to star duo Shane Duffy and Lewis Dunk for the Seagulls this season which has limited his game-time.

Rangers have already secured their first two signings of the summer, but new manager Steven Gerrard is expected to continue strengthening his squad ahead of next season.

Goldsons other games came off the bench against Watford before Christmas and away to Liverpool on the final day.

Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor is returning to Rangers on a two-year deal after rejecting new terms at Hull City.

He's likely to be a hugely popular signing with the club's supporters.

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The former Light Blues goalkeeper is out of contract and has knocked back Tigers boss Nigel Adkins' offer of a new deal. 'When the chance came, it was a no-brainer and I am buzzing to be back.

It's clear that Gerrard has a massive job on his hands and with Rangers' lack of real cash to tempt the finest players, Gerrard will have to rely on his name to attract sponsors and play makers to the club.

Rangers yesterday announced the signing of Scott Arfield from Burnley as the first import of Steven Gerrard's reign a Ibrox.

He has a spell on loan at Cardiff City past year and has 35 caps at worldwide level with Scotland to his name.

And McGregor admitted that it was a simple decision to return to Scotland after five years with Hull and a spell in Turkey.

He racked up nearly 150 appearances for the Tigers during his five years at Hull.