RANGERS hero Brian Laudrup has been given the all-clear from cancer after a 10-year battle with the illness.

The former attacking player was diagnosed with Follicular Lymphoma in 2010 and has been fighting the disease since.

But he revealed the heartwarming news on social media this afternoon surrounded by doctors and nurses in an emotional Instagram post.

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Today, after 10 years of treatment and check ups, I finally got the all clear for my Follicular Lymphoma Cancer diagnosis! A huge thank you to this amazing and wonderful medical staff at Rigshospitalet ❤️🙏☀️

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Thanking those who have helped him down the years, Laudrup wrote: "Today, after 10 years of treatment and check ups, I finally got the all clear for my Follicular Lymphoma Cancer diagnosis! A huge thank you to this amazing and wonderful medical staff at Rigshospitalet".

Fans of the Light Blues and other clubs around the globe flooded Laudrup's post with messages of support and delight at his positive news. One said: "Fantastic news," while another added: "Yess Brian phenomenal news."

One commented: "Good news Brian all the best," as a fourth wrote: "Warrior, legend."

Laudrup spent four years as a player at Ibrox and is still regarded as an icon of the club.