Rangers' Wes Foderingham (R) in action with Hibernian's Martin Boyle
Rangers have confirmed on their official website that goalkeeper Wes Foderingham and defender Rob Kiernan have signed new contracts.
The Daily Record's report claims that right back James Tavernier has put pen-to-paper on a new deal, and now Kiernan and Foderingham have followed suit.
Rangers' Rob Kiernan (R) in action with Hibernian's Daniel Carmichael
Goalkeeper Foderingham has penned a one-year extension with the club after an impressive first season at Ibrox. The 25-year-old joined Rangers on a free transfer last summer having seen his Swindon Town contract expire, and showed just why manager Mark Warburton made him one of his first signings.
Rangers' first choice goalkeeper throughout the season, Foderingham will remain in possession of the No. 1 for the start of the season after Warburton landed Matt Gilks as cover, and his new deal means he could prove to be Rangers' first-choice goalkeeper for years to come.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton celebrates
Meanwhile, defender Kiernan has also signed a 12-month extension with the club, having been a first-choice centre back for Warburton last season.
Kiernan, 25, had worked with Warburton at Watford and Brentford before reuniting at Rangers, and as a player that the Gers boss clearly trusts, it's not surprise to see him sign a new contract and tie his future to the club.
Rangers' Martyn Waghorn celebrates scoring
The Daily Record's report claims that Warburton is 'delighted' that Kiernan and Foderingham are joining Tavernier in signing new contract, whilst they also offer an update on Martyn Waghorn's future.
Rangers' top goalscorer last season with 28 goals, Waghorn is also in contract talks despite claims that he has rejected a new deal, and whilst the report claims that he has yet to accept the terms offered by Rangers, talks are continuing in the hope of reaching an agreement.
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