Michael Beale made his first signing as Rangers manager on Monday as he brought Norwich midfielder Todd Cantwell to Ibrox for an undisclosed fee.
Rangers said the 24-year-old had agreed a “long-term deal” with the Scottish club.
Cantwell made 129 appearances for Norwich, winning two promotions from the Championship to the Premier League.
He also helped Bournemouth win promotion to the Premier League during a loan spell last season.
“I am delighted and I feel very proud. This is obviously a massive football club and I am delighted to get going and to get started,” Cantwell told Rangers TV.
“This is a massive club and there is a massive responsibility when you sign for Rangers to be the player that the fans want to see.”
Beale was hired from QPR to take over ras Rangers manager in November after Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s sacking.
Rangers are currently second in the Scottish Premiership, nine points behind champions Celtic.
“I am extremely happy to welcome Todd to Rangers. He is a player that is fully aligned to our playing style and we believe he will be a key player for the club in the coming seasons,” Beale said.
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