Glasgow Rangers have not always had the best of luck during the January transfer window.
The former England youth international joins Remie Streete at Port Vale.
Former Newcastle United defender and Rangers loanee Remie Streete has mentioned that the supporters at his new club helped make his mind up over a transfer.
The 20-year-old took to Twitter to announced his impending decision, with Port Vale rumoured to be one of the interested clubs.
Remie Streete has been told he can leave Newcastle United on a free transfer.
The defender is a free agent after an unproductive spell in Glasgow, and he took to Twitter to make it clear the decision to leave Newcastle was 'mutual'.
Newcastle defender Remie Streete will be released this summer, the club have announced.
Rangers have to win and hope that Hibernian drop points if they are to finish second in the Scottish Championship.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall is hoping to have players back for the play-offs.
Rangers interim chairman Paul Murray has slammed the previous regime, alleging they signed five Newcastle players without even conducting medicals.