Norwich City Under-23s winger Glenn Middleton has left the club to join Rangers with an additional sell-on clause related to his future development.
The 18-year-old will link up once again with Graeme Murty at the Scottish Premiership side, with Murty having coached the youngster at Under-18s level during his time with the Canaries.
Middleton didn't make a senior appearance while with City, but was named among the substitutes for the Emirates FA Cup third round replay at Southampton during the 2016-17 campaign.
Academy Manager, Steve Weaver, said: "Glenn expressed a desire to play first team football.
"This hasn't been easy for us to sort as there is strong competition in his position within the first team. Now, this opportunity has come up for him to go to Rangers.
"He’s a Scottish lad and it’s a great chance for him to go home and play some first team football. It’s in his best interests to go and play up there.
"We'd like to thank Glenn for his service to Norwich City and wish him the best for the future."
Everybody at the club wishes Glenn the best for his future career.