The fee Rangers paid to secure the signing of Nicolas Raskin has been revealed.

The 21-year-old today became Michael Beale's second signing of the January transfer window. 

The Belgian midfielder joined Todd Cantwell as one of the new boys in the door at Ibrox this month.

It was announced earlier this evening that Rangers had their man, after it became clear yesterday that a deal with Standard Liege was edging closer.

Now, it has been revealed how much money Rangers paid as part of that deal and for how long Raskin has committed to at Ibrox.

Belgian football Journalist Sacha Tavolieri states that Raskin has penned a four-and-a-half-year deal with Rangers.

And the reporter states that the upfront fee Rangers paid to Standard was €1.5million. A further €500,000 will be forked out as a bonus too.

It's said that Standard have acquired a 20 per cent sell-on fee for any potential future moves.

The player was frozen out at Standard and only had six-months remaining on his contract.

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Meanwhile, Josh Onomah has left Fulham after agreeing a mutual termination of contract at the Premier League the club.

The midfielder was linked with a possible move to Ibrox earlier this month - with Alan Hutton touting a switch to Rangers as something the 25-year-old is more than capable of handling.

Michael Beale is thought to be an admirer of Onomah with reports suggesting the Ibrox boss had tried to land the player when he was at QPR.

Now, Onomah is available on a free transfer having left Fulham over a lack of game time.

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