Connor Barron has been spotted joining up with his new Rangers teammates for the first time. 

The talented Scottish Under-21s internationalist penned a four-year-deal at Ibrox last week following the expiry of his Aberdeen contract. 

And he's been pictured arriving at Rangers' Auchenhowie training centre today as the squad report for day one of pre-season.

This is Philippe Clement's first summer in the Light Blues' hot seat and he's already making his mark with Jefte, Clinton Nsiala and Oscar Cortes already in the building. While Hamza Igamane has reportedly agreed a five-year-deal too. 

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Rangers will be hoping Barron, who made 76 senior appearances at Aberdeen can be a perfect midfield replacement after Clement opted to allow both John Lundstram and Ryan Jack to depart earlier this month. 

Clement and the majority of the Rangers staff were pictured gearing up for the 2024/24 season this morning, with the standards expected to be set even higher following a disappointing end to the domestic season last time out.