Rangers may have been busy adding players to their squad this winter, however, they have moved quickly to tie down one of their exciting prospects.
The Light Blues have announced on their Youth Academy Twitter account that Andrew Dallas has agreed to a new contract.
— Rangers Youth Academy (@RFC_Youth) January 24, 2019
The 19-year-old is highly thought of at Ibrox and has been involved in a number of training sessions with the first-team this season.
His performances for the Developmental side this season have been pretty impressive and has also been named in the senior matchday squad on a couple of occasions in December – although he has failed to make it onto the pitch.
Dallas is clearly well thought of at Rangers and is definitely a player that appears to have an exciting future at Ibrox.
It should be considered great news that the club have managed to extend the teenager’s contract further and he will be looking to push on and work hard to put himself into the forefront of Steven Gerrard’s mind.
With the options currently available in the first-team, it is unlikely he will have the opportunity this season, but if he continues to impress for the academy, then there is no reason why he can not force the manager’s hand in the future.
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