Arfield signs four-year deal at Ibrox

Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield on brink of Rangers move

Scott Arfield's Burnley exit confirmed

Scott Arfield feels he left Scotland a "wee boy" and returns a "natural leader" who is ready to meet the expectations of playing for Rangers.

Scott Arfield believes that he can establish himself as a natural leader in the Rangers dressing room next season, after he completed his move to Ibrox on a four-year contract. "With my time in England, with promotions and relegations, it can only enhance your career".

'When you look at the style of football that Jurgen Klopp plays, I think every fan in the world loves watching that. "When you come here you expect it, and I'm ready".

Having played in the Scottish league with Falkirk between 2007 and 2010, it is believed that Arfield will not struggle to adapt to his new surroundings. "But at this moment in time I want to get it over the line and see where it goes". "When a club of this magnitude comes in for you it is a no brainer". We'll see where it's going to take us.

"I'm really, really excited about it and so is Steven".

"Even before the manager walks in with his No.2, Rangers have that appeal".

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"The stature of him suits a club of this stature".

Recently Gerrard was confirmed as Graeme Murty's replacement at Ibrox, and it's led to a string of players with Liverpool connections being linked to Rangers.

"He is one of the top three players of my generation".

Speaking on being Gerrard" first signing, Arield said, "Of course there is pride.

Rangers' season is over, but they have wasted no time in making plans for the 2018/19 campaign by signing Canada worldwide Scott Arfield from Burnley.

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