Rangers FC (@RangersFC) June 30, 2015
Rangers have today confirmed on their official website that teenagers Tom Lang and Jordan Gibson have joined the club's youth setup.
Striker Gibson arrives from English non-league side Alvechurch FC, whilst centre back Lang signs after leaving Birmingham City earlier this summer.
Lang, 18, is a Scottish youth international who now returns north of the border to continue his career under new Rangers boss Mark Warburton.
Rangers will now hope that Lang can develop into a first team player during his time at Ibrox, and the player has already spoke about his move on Twitter.
Lang stated that he was 'delighted' to have joined Rangers, adding that it was a dream come true to sign for the club following today's deal.
What should Rangers expect from Lang?
A teenage defender with no first team experience, Lang is clearly arriving as a youth player and one for the future at Rangers, but under Warburton's tutelage, he could become a first team player.
Warburton loves to work with young players and help them develop, so whilst Lang may initially be arriving with little expectation on his shoulders, he could well develop into a first team player in years to come.
For now though, Lang will learn his trade at Ibrox, taking advantage of great facilities and an impressice head coach in Glasgow.