Rangers have today confirmed the signing of Croatian midfielder Niko Kranjcar on a two-year deal after he left New York Cosmos earlier this month.
The former Spurs and QPR player, who has 81 caps for his country, becomes the latest new face through the Ibrox doors as they prepare for life back in Scotland’s top flight.
The 31 year-old will join up with former QPR team-mates Joey Barton and Clint Hill as Rangers bolster the squad with experience and quality in their quest for a 55th league title.
Kranjcar becomes Mark Warburton’s sixth summer signing and Kranjcar said that his talk with the man himself convinced him Rangers was the right fit.
The attacking midfielder has already stated his desire to mount a challenge for the title, saying it was the first question he posed to Mark Warburton when they met.
Rangers don’t look to be finished on the transfer front either, former Burnley and Blackpool goalkeeper Matt Gilks is in talks with the club and rumours of defender Adrian Mariappa and striker James Vaughan possibly joining the light blues.