Ranger’s boss Steven Gerrard has completed his second signing of the transfer window by bringing Allan McGregor to the club.

According to the BBC website, McGregor had a fresh offer from Hull City on the table but instead of signing a deal with the Championship side, he decided instead to make the move to Scotland.

The 36-year old played a key role in the The Tigers squad in the 2017/18 season, featured in all 46 league games for Nigel Adkin’s side. McGregor even bagged the club’s Player of the Year award after a superb season for the Championship club.

Hull hoped he might sign a new deal with the club, having offered him fresh terms with them. However, he has decided he wants to swap England for Scotland and his old club Rangers.

McGregor was a part of the Hull City side that won promotion to the Premier League and featured in 147 games for the club. Before Hull, he spent some time in Turkey playing his club football for Besiktas.

McGregor played his youth football for the Scottish side before signing professional terms with the club. He played for Dunfermline and St Johnstone on loan during his time at in Scotland but he then went on to play in over 200 Rangers games during his time at the club.

In addition, the goalkeeper had a spell on loan with Cardiff City during his time at Hull.

McGregor is a Scotland international, having played in 38 games for his national side. In total, the 36-year old has played in over 400 games in his career.


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