Rangers have moved to clarify confusion surrounding youngster Barrie McKay's future at the club after it was reported the 17 year old had signed a five year deal. However, Scottish Football Association rules states that the registration of a player under the age of 18 cannot exceed three years.

A statement from the club read: "The club can confirm it has agreed a long-term contract with Barrie McKay.

"Reports in the press suggested the SFA would reject McKay's five-year deal as rules prevent players under the age of 18 from signing a contract of that length.

"For the avoidance of doubt, the club is well aware of the rule and at no time confirmed Barrie had signed a five-year contract.

"Barrie has pledged his future to Rangers for the next five years - as stated on the Rangers website on Tuesday evening."

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