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McCausland pens a new three-year deal with Rangers

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Written by Tony Masibo

Rangers winger Ross McCausland has signed a new deal with the Scottish giants’ Rangers, which will keep him at the club until 2024.

The Northern Irish star is arguably regarded as the future generation and the contract further reveals how the Ibrox outfit value the services of the sensational playmaker.

The 18-year-old talented winger is poised to rise through the ranks of the Rangers’ side as he continues to unleash his potential.

In a club statement released on Tuesday, the European club academy expressed satisfaction in finalising the paperwork to get hold of their prodigy.

“We are delighted to extend Ross’s contract until 2024,” said Rangers Head of Academy Craig Mullholland.

Rangers believe the midfielder has enough time ahead to get the best out of himself and probably be beneficial to the general Ibrox family.

“We believe that Ross still has lots of potential to realise and there is so much more to come from him as he continues his development and learning journey with our excellent staff.”

The statement further added that Ross has a solid family backup that will play an integral part in seeing him develop into a mature professional in the game.

“He is a massive Rangers fan who is well supported by a strong family unit and we are all excited to see how he matures and develops as a player and as a person in the coming years.”

Rangers are putting together strategies to compete and leave a mark in the coming major European competitions.

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