Andries Ulderink is set to join Rangers as an assistant manager.

The Dutch coach has agreed terms with the Ibrox club as Philippe Clement bolsters his backroom staff with the new addition.

As revealed by The Rangers Review, Ulderink will join Rangers in the coming days.

Ulderink had been linked with a switch to Rangers earlier in the year and has now finalised a position in the backroom staff as an assistant manager.

The role will not see any change to Stephan Van Der Heyden who was No2 to Clement last season.

Further, Alex Rae and Brian Gilmour will remain in their coaching positions at the club with Colin Stewart still overseeing goalkeeping coaching.

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Experienced coach Ulderink has been involved in the dugout since 1994 at amateur Dutch club AZSV. Since then he has worked with Go Ahead Eagles, De Graafschap and Jong Ajax.

The 54-year-old served as assistant at Reading between 2016 and 2020 and was in a similar role at FC Twente in 2020. Last season he was No2 at Royal Antwerp.

Meanwhile, Connor Barron was spotted joining up with his new Rangers teammates for the first time today.

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.