RANGERS kids Adam Devine, Arron Lyall and Cole McKinnon have put pen-to-paper on extended deals that will keep them at Ibrox until May 2022.

The Academy trio have been rewarded for their efforts ahead of the new campaign as they look to push towards the B Team that is overseen by Kevin Thomson and Brian Gilmour.

Devine, Lyall and McKinnon are eligible for the CAS Under-18 league this term and could also feature in the Light Blues' squad for the UEFA Youth League.

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The deals for the three highly-rated youngsters is a major boost for the youth system at Auchenhowie and Head of Academy Craig Mulholland is sure they can continue to improve and impress in the coming years.

Mulholland said: “We are delighted that three bright young talents have committed their futures to Rangers.

"All of the players have been involved at international level over the last couple of years and have chosen Rangers despite interest from clubs in England and abroad.

“We are really clear that players must be desperate to play for a club like Rangers and agreements with all three were reached really quickly.

“For any young player at this age I think they now look at the coaching staff in the Professional Development Phase in Kevin Thomson, Brian Gilmour, David McCallum and Cameron Campbell and the overarching support Graeme Murty will be providing our most talented players and they see a real opportunity to learn and develop from some modern and exciting coaches over the next few years.

“The opportunity that has been created by the manager and Ross Wilson for Nathan Patterson to progress to the first-team also demonstrates, for those who are good enough and show that burning desire, that our player planning will create the chances they crave.

"These two factors when combined with our innovative games programme, which will combine the Glasgow Cup and Challenge Cup against men’s first teams with the ‘best v best’ opportunities the UEFA Youth League provides, makes Rangers’ Academy a great place for these lads to push their potential.

“We wish all three lads well in their Rangers careers over the next few years.”