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Following Europe humiliation, Rangers receive some positive news

Hours before Rangers went out of the Europa League in horrible fashion, there was some good news to be had around Ibrox. The club had signed a top target in Graham Dorrans after chasing his signature for some time.

Pedro Caixinha can check that box off his list now, as he looks to completely rebuild a stuttering side and give it some confidence.

The now former Norwich man has reportedly signed on from the Canaries for a fee of £750,000 after the sides had failed to agree to terms on two prior attempts, according to the Daily Record.

Dorrans will luckily not have the stench of that terrible defeat to Luxembourg side Progres on him, so he might just be the kind of player that can come in and help turn things around.

The 30-year-old attacking midfield has hardly been a poacher, but it will be hoped that the Scottish international can turn around the fortunes of the light blues of Glasgow.