Steven Gerrard: Rangers job too good to turn down

Heather Diaz
May 14, 2018

The Ibrox club are expected to announce the signings of Scott Arfield and Allan McGregor in the coming days, with some fans speculating that the "mystery" media call could be to unveil one or both of the players to the press.

Arfield then flew to Glasgow this morning to tie up his move to Ibrox and Rangers new boss Steven Gerrard is pleased to have added the Canada global to his squad.

"I think with the size of this club you know how big it's going to be and I'm here now to try and implement that in the dressing room".

"We go up to Glasgow and we will give it our best".

"I am delighted to have added Scott Arfield to the squad for next season", Gerrard said.

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"I go this time with the supporters' blessing and everyone within the club's blessing because they see the opportunity, they see the size of Glasgow Rangers and how hard it would have been where I was to turn down".

He spent five successful seasons there - three of which were in the Premier League - and played a part in helping the Clarets qualify for Europe for the first time in 51 years.

"It's pleasing also that we have been able to start our rebuilding process so quickly after the end of the season".

However, this season has seen him turn out only 18 times, with injury and Burnley's incredible form keeping him out of the starting line-up.

Gerrard, who will appoint former Scotland captain Gary McAllister as his assistant at Ibrox, wants to challenge Celtic's dominance of Scottish football, with Brendan Rodgers' side looking to secure back-to-back trebles when they face Motherwell in Saturday's Scottish Cup final.

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