Brighton and Hove Albion fans are reacting on Twitter after Connor Goldson completed his move to Steven Gerrard's Rangers.
Goldson has signed a four-year deal at Rangers, who are said to have paid around £3.5 million for the defender (Brighton and Hove Independent).
Goldson becomes signing number of the Gerrard era at Ibrox, and is yet another recruit by whom Gers fans should be excited, at least according to those of a Seagulls persuasion.
This is what they are saying....
Rangers, you have seriously got yourself an amazing player, and at a bargain price(in today’s footballing terms, I must stress). Our loss, your gain. But totally get he wants 1st team football. Wishing you & Connor all the very best— Rob L (@Sgt_Rock68) 13 June 2018
Good luck at Rangers!! @connorgoldson you need and deserve to playing— Jac (@jac_of_albion) 13 June 2018
Good luck Connor, you’ve been a credit to the club and you’ll be sorely missed pic.twitter.com/o29OtPJBvD— George (@GeorgeBowman_) 13 June 2018
All the best Connor, you’ve been ace - @RangersFC you’ve got yourself a good’un.— GrantWP (@GrantWP) 13 June 2018
nooooooooo— bradlee lewendon (@lewendo1) 13 June 2018
Sad to see this still young talent leave but wish him all the best at rangers. You guys are lucky !! ⚪️ UTA— SocialistBrit (@jamezsofunny) 13 June 2018
Genuinely gutted Goldson has gone, though completely understand his desire to play. Hope he smashes it up there, he should boss that league #bhafc— Fray Bentos (@NorthStandN1E) 13 June 2018
Shame to see Connor Goldson leave but he wants to play every week and we can't offer that.— Sam Wilson (@MrSamWilson) 13 June 2018
Not many players would have recovered from a heart operation to play 90 minutes and be MotM in his first competitive game (in the PL no less) after 10 months out #bhafc
(For obvious reasons, we were unable to embed the following tweet - but thought it was worth including nonetheless...)
@BHAFCjonsey: Tony [Bloom, the Brighton chairman] you **** wyd?
Goldson began his career at Shrewsbury Town, close to where he grew up in Wolverhampton, before signing for Brighton in 2015.
The 6ft 3ins star helped the Seagulls to the Championship play-offs in his first season at the Amex, but a heart problem restricted him to 18 appearances over the past two campaigns.
He follows former teammate Jamie Murphy, as well as Scott Arfield, Allan McGregor, Ovie Ejaria and Nikola Katic to Rangers.
Will Goldson prove a good addition at Ibrox?