Rangers have announced that Ryan Jack has extended his contract at Ibrox.
The midfielder’s existing contract was due to expire at the end of this season but he has signed a new deal keeping him at Ibrox for at least another year.
The 31-year old had moved to Ibrox in 2017 from hometown club Aberdeen, where he was club captain.
He has made over 180 appearances for Rangers and has won the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup during his time at the club.
Speaking after signing his contract extension, he said: “I am obviously delighted with it, it has been in the background for a little while. I am delighted to get it done before the summer and I can go and focus over the off-season.
“I have played for the club for a number of years now, I love playing for the club and I love being here. I’m settled and my family are settled so when I initially spoke to the manager and he said he wanted me to stay it was a no brainer.”
Rangers manager Michael Beale commented: “I am delighted Ryan has signed a contract extension with the club as we continue to work behind the scenes in preparation for next season.
“I have worked with Ryan for a number of years, both in my previous time with the club and more recently since I returned, and he is a fantastic midfielder and an important member of our squad.
“The quality and experience he has is invaluable for this group as we all look forward to an exciting summer and 2023/24 campaign.”
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