Charlie McCann has swapped Manchester United for Rangers.
The 19-year-old will initially join the Ibrox B-Team after signing a three-year deal with the Scottish champions.
McCann gave an interview to his new club’s website where he made it clear how happy he is with the move.
“I’m delighted. I was of course very excited when I heard the news and knew it was a breeze. I can’t wait to get started now and I’m looking forward to it,” he said.
“It’s just unreal, it’s such a great experience and I can’t wait to see what [Ibrox] will be like a full house of fans! I’ve got to the point where I need to take the next step.
“This is the best option for me to do that and hopefully get me closer to the first team. The staff here and the people I spoke to made their intentions clear and I was so interested in everything they said.
“I’m really looking forward to it, I know the guys have started well this season and I’ve been told about the league that it is very competitive. It will be a good start to move up straight to the men’s league. “
Why did McCann leave?
He only had one more year in his contract, which left the club and the player with a decision.
Players like James Garner and Dylan Levitt are superior to him when it comes to breaking into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s midfield, and even they haven’t really made a name for themselves yet.
You can tell by the way he relates to the first-team soccer closeness that was McCann’s main motivation for the move.
He’s joined another major football club where the demands are high and hopefully he can make his way into the first team picture at Ibrox shortly.
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