promising US goalkeeper Aaron Cervantes as part of the Orange County partnership SC
Rangers signed teenage goalkeeper Aaron Cervantes from Orange County.
The promising player was the first to be transferred between the two clubs after establishing a partnership that has seen a host of young Gers come to the United States on loan. Cervantes, 18, will be affiliated with the youth team under coach Craig Mulholland.
Mulholland said of the deal: "We are delighted to welcome Aaron to Rangers and would love to see his great progress with our partners in Orange County. He has been in contact with the ball. kicking the team at a young age and will now continue this with a loan in Europe as part of this innovative deal.
”Ross Wilson and I regularly speak with the team in Orange County, and this is Another important step in an exciting partnership that has made Orange County one of the most attractive options for the best young players in America, has jointly developed plans to approach one of the Europe's largest club. "
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Cervantes represented the United States in the 2019 Under-17 World Cup in Brazil and was previously tried at Ibrox alongside Orange County stars Diego Lopez and Francis Jacobs.
Kalvin Phillips responded to former Leeds teammate Tom Pearce on Instagram
Kalvin Phillips joked to former Leeds United teammate Tom Pearce on Instagram that he was taught very well after Wigan Athletic left-back scored a shot. stunning free kick in EFL Trophy this week.
Latics got beat Port Vale 3-1. it was the result that the team finished third in the League one table with a match to their rest.
However, a highlight for the club in the defeat, with Pearce scoring a superb goal while 11 minutes remaining to put his side on the scoresheet.
And not surprisingly, the 22-year-old felt compelled to post on social media to post a photo as soon as he kicked the ball… And among those who responded c ó Phillips, his former teammate Whites…
Of course, Phillips was not a stranger to take a great free-kick. He scored a fantastic goal at Blackburn at the end of last season. And he almost repeated the trick this term as Leeds came close to shocking Liverpool on opening day.
The white midfielder - who will be hoping for a second England shirt later today - seems to allude to the fact that they may have worked together during their time at Elland Road.
Wigan fans will certainly be hoping that it won't be Pearce's last time to enjoy a free-kick this season. John Sheridan's team is ranked 10th in League One and only 1 point behind the top 6 after winning the last 2 matches in the tournament.