England and Chelsea legend John Terry is the latest figure to wish Rangers’ new loan signing Andy King all the best as he moves north to Glasgow.
The Leicester City legend, 30, has moved to Ibrox for the season and will join up with his new teammates.
And such is King’s standing in the game, tributes have been flooding in from across football. The latest comes from John Terry.

John Terry wrote “good luck mate” in the comments as King shared the above post on his personal Instagram account.
It comes after £80m Manchester United defender Harry Maguire sent his congratulations to King on Twitter [Twitter].
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has also sent his congratulations to King by saying “What a man what a player! Good luck mate.”
It shows the good feeling around Andy King and the same attitude towards him which made the midfielder Leicester City’s longest-serving player and a club legend.

JT is now a coach at Aston Villa. (Photo by Neville Williams/Aston Villa FC via Getty Images)
It bodes well for his move to Ibrox that he is known for his commitment and attitude. If Leicester fans loved him, there’s no reason why we can’t either.
On top that, King has revealed that he turned down other clubs to sign on at Ibrox [Rangers TV] after speaking to close friend and former Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn.
His signature continues to look like a shrewd piece of business by the club.

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