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Kyle Lafferty returns to Rangers, reported British media. The resident of Northern Ireland moves from Harts to the Glasgow club after spending a year in the Edinburgh team.
The 30-year-old striker has spent four seasons in blue. Lafferty won three titles in Scotland, one league cup and two League Cups during his first stay at the Ibrox Stadium between 2009-2012.
Rangers tried to buy Kyle Lafferty in July, but then the two clubs knew nothing about the transfer size. Now the price of Northern Ireland is about 500,000 pounds, media reported in the UK.
After 2012, Lafferti played for Swiss Zion, the Italian Palermo, Norwich and Birmingham, and then switched to Harts.
On Wednesday, the spits will pass medical examinations and then sign his contract with Rangers.
Kyle Lafferty is the 12th new addition to Steven Gerrard's Blue Man in the summer of 2018.