Rangers have re-signed rookie defender Kyle Bartley from Arsenal on a season-long loan.
The 20-year-old joined the Scottish giants in January in a similar deal and he will arrive at Murray Park on Friday.
Bartley's stay north of the border was cut short after he sustained a knee injury in the Europa League in March.
He has now recovered from the injury and displayed his fitness during pre-season with the Gunners.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has moved quickly to strengthen his team after they were dumped out of the Champions League qualifying stages by Malmo.
Club owner Craig Whyte has stated there will be more signings to bolster the squad before the end of the transfer window and Bartley would appear to be the first of a clutch of new arrivals.
Bartley, who has captained Arsenal's reserve side and made his debut for the first team in a Champions League clash with Olympiakos in 2009.
Competition at the Emirates Stadium has prevented him making his first-team breakthrough and he spent two loan spells in the Championship with Sheffield United.
The tall defender impressed during his time with Rangers, scoring the only goal in a tight match at St Mirren and taking the man-of-the match award.
Light Blues boss Ally McCoist has been working hard to re-sign the player, who is now expected to play some part in a friendly against Chelsea on Saturday.