Andy Halliday has medical ahead of signing three-year deal at Rangers
Winger will become Mark Warburton's sixth summer signing after leaving Bradford City.
Andy Halliday has had a medical at Rangers ahead of signing a three-year deal with the Ibrox side.
The 23-year-old has been on trial with the Scottish Championship side and has featured in several of the club's pre-season matches.
He will become Mark Warburton's sixth summer signing after the arrivals of Danny Wilson, Rob Kiernan, Wes Foderingham, Jordan Thompson and Tom Lang.
Former Rangers youth player Halliday started his professional career at Livingston before moving to Middlesbrough in 2010.
A loan move to Bradford City resulted in a permanent transfer in January before the midfielder exited Valley Parade this summer.
During his time with City, Halliday scored during a 4-2 FA Cup victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.