Former Rangers manager Mark Warburton has signed a third former Rangers player after taking over at Queens Park Rangers (QPR).
Dominic Ball was signed on-loan from Tottenham Hotspur during Warburton’s first season at Rangers (15-16).
Ball was free to move after his contract expired at recently relegated Rotherham United.
— QPR FC (@QPR) July 2, 2019
Now he is set to join Lee Wallace and Liam Kelly at Loftus Road. Warburton is also reportedly on the verge of signing Rangers midfielder Jason Holt.
There has been no movement on the Holt deal since the end of last month but fans are already wishing him well.
The Rangers connection doesn’t end there either. Whilst he never played under Mark Warburton at Ibrox, QPR midfielder Sean Goss spent five months on loan at Ibrox in the first half of 2018.
The former Brentford manager clearly has a rapport with these players and will be looking forward to working with them down south.
Naturally, Rangers fans have had plenty to say on the recent spate of moves.
Talk about getting the old band back together, good luck QPR, you are going to need it.
— Jigger (@JiggerJ1) July 2, 2019
Announce Harry Forrerster
— Alex More (@AlexMore89) July 2, 2019
championship rangers in full flow, just dodoo and holt ready to be announced any minute
— Jack Burris (@jjackburriss) July 2, 2019
Announce Rob Kiernan
— Robin (@Pitt4th) July 2, 2019
Rangers fans have also been quick to congratulate former captain Lee Wallace in joining the London club.
The left-back has been talking to talkSPORT about his final year at Ibrox, saying that his biggest regret is that he never won any silverware with the club [talkSPORT: first broadcast 02/07/19 around 11:15 am].