According to Sky Sports, Liverpool midfielder Jordan Rossiter has arrived in Glasgow today in order to finalise his move to Rangers.
Rossiter, 19, has been on the books at his hometown club Liverpool since signing for them at the age of just six, making his way up through the ranks at Anfield.
With five first-team appearances to his name, Rossiter has been one of the top emerging young players at Liverpool - but he now looks set to leave the club.
Sky Sports report that Rossiter has today arrived in Glasgow to finalise his move to Rangers, which has been rumoured throughout May.
Rangers' head of recruitment Frank McParland worked alongside Rossiter during their time together at Liverpool, and he is believed to have given manager Mark Warburton a glowing recommendation on the midfielder, compared by some to Steven Gerrard.
It's claimed that Rossiter is now in Glasgow putting the finishing touches to his deal, which will cost Rangers just £250,000 in compensation, compared to the millions of pounds an English club would have to pay as Liverpool offered the youngster a new contract.
Rossiter will join Accrington duo Matt Crooks and Josh Windass in signing on the dotted line for Rangers ahead of the summer transfer window, with Warburton assembling a hungry young squad at bargain prices.
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