Rangers have officially announced the capture of Hamza Igamane.

The 21-year-old Moroccan striker will join the Ibrox club on a long-term deal, subject to international clearance.

Igamane, who comes with a reputation as an exciting young talent, is Rangers' seventh summer transfer acquisition under manager Philippe Clement.

The forward has spent his entire professional career thus far with AS FAR in his homeland, having come through their youth academy before breaking into the first-team in recent years.

As well as his club exploits, Igamane has also represented Morocco at the under-23 international level, further showcasing his potential on the bigger stage.

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“I am really proud to join Rangers and I can’t wait to get started with my teammates," the Moroccan starlet said.

“It is a huge club, with a loyal fanbase and a lot of history. I am excited for my future here and looking forward to being a part of this club.”

With Igamane joining Mohamed Diomande, Jefte, Oscar Cortes, Clinton Nsiala, Connor Barron and Liam Kelly by committing his future to the Glasgow giants, Rangers will be hoping he can provide a fresh injection of quality and depth to their forward line as they look to mount a strong challenge on multiple fronts in the upcoming season - including regaining the Scottish Premiership title.

Clement commented on his latest addition by saying: “I am delighted to welcome Hamza to Rangers and we believe he will be a great asset to our squad. He has a lot of talent and potential and he will bring a fresh presence to our attacking options. 

“We know it will be a big change in culture and a new country for Hamza to adapt to, but as a club we will support him on and off the pitch to settle in here.”

Director of Football Recruitment, Nils Koppen, added: “I would like to welcome Hamza to Scotland and to Rangers and I am thrilled he will be joining our squad. 

“He is an exciting young talent, who has already shown his energy, skill and determination during his time in Morocco and at international level. I look forward to seeing him develop further in our club”