Jane Ross: Scotland international signs for Rangers
Scotland international striker Jane Ross has signed for her childhood heroes Rangers after leaving Manchester United.
The 31-year-old, who has over 130 caps for the national side, has spent the past six years in England’s WSL, with spells at United, West Ham and Manchester City.
She scored 104 goals in 118 games for Glasgow City between 2006 and 2012 the last time she played in Scotland.
“I am excited to be here and looking forward to getting started,” Ross told the Rangers website.
“Rangers are a team who are growing and improving every season so for me growing up as a Rangers supporter it was an easy decision.
“Having played down south for a number of years now, professionalism is something I value and it is great to see a club like Rangers go to that level and the league in general is continuing to grow and improve.”
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