Fabrizio Romano Claims Rangers Have Agreed Terms on a New Contract With Ross McCausland

Fabrizio Romano has reported that Rangers has successfully negotiated the terms of a new contract with their rising star, Ross McCausland.

Fabrizio Romano took to X to announce the groundbreaking news, stating, “Rangers top talent Ross McCausland has agreed to sign a new long-term deal until June 2027. Done and sealed, set to be signed in the next 24/48h.” This statement underscores the commitment made by the Northern Irish winger to extend his stay with the club for an additional three years.

The confirmation of this new deal follows earlier reports by the Daily Record and Scott Burns, who hinted at Rangers successfully convincing Ross McCausland to commit to a fresh contract. McCausland himself acknowledged the agreement, emphasizing the significance of the extension. “New deal was a priority for the club after Ross impressed, attracting big clubs and also made his international debut,” McCausland remarked.

The recent development aligns with comments made by Philippe Clement, adding credibility to the ongoing negotiations. The coach had alluded to the exceptional form displayed by Ross McCausland before the international break, sparking discussions and anticipation among supporters.

Ross McCausland’s performances leading up to the international break had not gone unnoticed. After catching the eye in multiple substitute appearances, he earned his first start against Livingston, seizing the opportunity to make a significant impact. This culminated in a call-up to the Northern Ireland national team, where he made his debut against Finland.