Rangers sign former Liverpool goalkeeper on 18-month deal

Rangers have signed former Liverpool goalkeeper Andy Firth on an 18-month deal.

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Andy Firth during a Liverpool U21 match against Chelsea in 2015. Picture: Getty

Firth will now look to compete with Wes Foderingham to act as back-up to Light Blues number one Allan McGregor.

“I’m delighted to join a club of this stature,” Firth told RangersTV. “It really is a dream come true.

“I had the experience of being a kid at Liverpool being round the reserves but to join a club that is definitely as big as Liverpool and be in the first team is a massive thing for me.”