By Doug Ward

28th Jun, 2022 | 7:48pm

Done deal: Rangers sign new goalkeeper as Mason Munn joins

Rangers have signed goalkeeper Mason Munn from Northern Irish outfit Glentoran, it has been confirmed.

The Light Blues announced via their official website on Tuesday (28 June) that Munn has joined up with the Under-18s squad ahead of the 2022/23 season.

Based on the image shared on the article, Munn has been given the number 82 shirt to wear for the upcoming campaign should he ever get into Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s senior side.

High hopes

Munn sounds as though he’ll be a quality addition to the youth ranks at Ibrox.

He’s a Northern Ireland youth international.

In the Northern Ireland Under-16/17s’ win against Peru in April, the new Gers addition was raved about for “three unbelievable saves in quick succession” to help his nation win a UEFA U16 development tournament in Albania.

He’s also given a recent interview, where he’s been dubbed as a “next gen star“.

Munn clearly looks the part too.

Even though he’s a young lad who’s just joined our Under-18s, he arrived suited and booted to officially sign his contract at Rangers, as shown on Twitter by his agent Lee Mudd.

Mudd has previously worked with Northern Ireland duo Liam Donnelly and Jordan Thompson and he works for Creative Artists Agency, who have Carlo Ancelotti and Heung-min Son, among others, on their books.

We’re not expecting fireworks from Munn yet but the goalkeeping sensation is bound to make a mark at Auchenhowie based on all the good things we’ve read about him online.

Good luck to him.

In other Rangers news, a Gers player has arrived at a hospital to complete a medical and finalise his move away from Ibrox.