Rangers complete signing of Croatian defender Nikola Katic
The player has signed a four-year contract to join Steven Gerrard's squad.
Rangers have completed the signing of Croatian defender Nikola Katic on a four-year deal.
The player arrived in Glasgow on Tuesday to finalise his move from Slaven Koprivnica for a fee in the region of £2m.
Katic was contracted to Slaven until the summer of 2021 but the club has now cashed in on interest and the 21-year-old becomes the latest addition to new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard's squad.
"I am the sort of player who likes a duel and in Scotland, the type of football I think is for me," he told Rangers TV. "There are a lot of long balls and a lot of duels, and that is what I like. "I've seen the stadium on television and I have read about the fans and the rivalry with Celtic. It is really great and I cannot wait to play here."
The centre-back has played more than 60 times for his top flight club side and has one cap for the Croatian national team, having come off the bench in a friendly against Mexico last year.
Katic follows Scott Arfield, Jamie Murphy, Allan McGregor and Ovie Ejaria in joining Rangers this summer.