Rangers have signed an Arsenal player on loan until the end of the current campaign, reports say.

The player is a Spanish midfielder Jon Toral who is 21 years old. The player was on loan in Spain where he played for the first half of the season after previous loan spells in Brentford and Birmingham City.

Is Rangers FC the next football destination of Rushian Hepburn-Murphy?

Rushian Hepburn-Murphy is a 18 year old English forward that is attracting the attention of many clubs from around the world and the blossoming player became one of the youngest players ever to appear in a Premier League in the history of Aston Villa.

Rushian made his way through the youth academy of Aston Villa and he is already being linked with a number of clubs that are believed to be interested in signing him.


Rangers midfielder Joey Barton is set to hold talks with the club on his future at Ibrox, according to reports. The English player was suspended after a training ground burst up in September. He might not appear for the Rangers team again, the BBC claims.

The 34-year old player joined the Scottish premiership club this summer after leaving Burnley. Barton is facing charges from the Scottish FA as he reportedly broke betting rules as a player. The club suspended him following a row with the club coach Mark Warburton and teammate Andy Halliday after he blamed the team for their 5-1 loss to Celtic last month.

Wallace disappointed with defeat

Rangers captain Lee Wallace said that he is very disappointed with the way his team lost against Celtic.

Indeed Rangers were thrashed 5-1 against their fierce rivals, and Wallace stated that this result is the lowest point of his career. Although Rangers have gone through all kind of humiliations ever since they were relegated to the lowest division of Scottish football, Lee Wallace said that this defeat against Celtic was the worst experience of his career.

Neil Lennon condemns Walter Smith bitterness

Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon has condemned the comments made by former Rangers great, Walter Smith.

The latter has claimed that Scottish football, in general, has not treated Rangers well from the date of their liquidation. Smith added that there is bitterness present among the Rangers faithful and that it would take time to heal.