Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers have announced the pre-contract signing of Super Eagles target Nnamdi Ofoborh from Bournemouth on a four-year deal.
Nnamdi Ofoborh Joins Rangers
According to the club, the deal will begin in the summer. Nnamdi Ofoborh spent the whole of last season on at League One side Wycombe from Bournemouth. The 21-year-old helped the Chairboys win the promotion to the Championship through the playoffs.
After beginning this season back at Bournemouth, he has now re-joined Wycombe on-loan for the remainder of the season before he joins Gers at the end of the campaign.
Having rejected a contract extension at Bournemouth and agreed to join Rangers there will be training compensation payable to the Cherries.
Sporting Director of Rangers, Ross Wilson posted on the club’s website saying: “We look forward to welcoming Nnamdi to our group in the summer. We are extremely impressed by his qualities and he is a player that has real progression in him.”
He also said: “He has a positive and determined personality and is very much looking forward to becoming a Rangers player at the end of this season.”
“In the meantime, we are really pleased that Nnamdi will play week in week out until the end of the season in the Championship at Wycombe, a club he excelled at previously under Gareth Ainsworth.” He is the second player leaving the club following the departure of Joshua King on loan to Everton.