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Rangers defender bringing winning feeling to new team

New Rangers Defender Dujon Sterling has reunited with his former Chelsea coach Micheal Beale signing a 4 year deal with Scottish team Rangers.

The 23-year old officially joined from Chelsea on July 1.

Sterling who began his trade at Chelsea under the coaching of Beale has also had loan spells at Wigan, Stoke and Blackpool.

The former England under-20 player was said to have a few clubs interested in signing him but felt the revamp in Scotland was the right move for him.

Sterling will provide a new option to the right-back place which current player James Tavernier is the main choice for the right-back place with the defender making over 400 appearances for the Scottish club.

Sterling has been left in Scotland while his new team have flown out to Germany for pre season after he picked an injury during his first week at the club.

The injury to Sterling is an early blow with the Rangers boss hoping to use the time in Germany as a chance to have his new players as a chance to be ready for the new season.

Sterlings injury is said to be a minor calf injury has gave Beale not much worry as he shifts his teams training methods back to a near way of how Steven Gerrard did his work at the Glasgow club.

Will Rangers and Sterling bring the fight to Celtic once again or will Beale need a plan B?