Super Eagles striker Cyriel Dessers has joined Scottish Premiership club Glasgow Rangers.
The club confirmed the signing of Dessers, which is subject to international clearance, in a statement on their official website.
The Nigeria international is now Rangers’ sixth signing this summer, after Jack Butland, Kieran Dowell, Sam Lammers, Dujon Sterling and Abdallah Sima.
The Belgian born attacker joined Rangers from Serie B club Cremonese and signed a four-year contract with the Light Blues.
It is reported that Cremonese will receive a guaranteed fee of five million euros plus 1.5 million euros in performance-related add-ons.
In the past, Dessers played for OH Leuven, Lokeren, NAC Breda, FC Utrecht, Heracles Almelo, Racing Genk and Feyenoord.
With Racing Genk, he won the Belgian Cup and was top scorer in the inaugural edition of the UEFA Europa Conference League and Dutch Eredivisie with Feyenoord and Heracles Almelo respectively.
In his first words as a Rangers player, Dessers said: “I am really happy, it is a big relief to finally be here.
“There have been some long days and some stressful days, but it is a great feeling to finally be here.
“The history of the club, the fans, the stadium, it’s massive but next to that I look at what is here at this moment.
“I had really good talks with Michael Beale about his plans, the ideas of what he wants on and off the pitch and I thought that could be a really good fit for me and for the team so I am happy to be here.”