Rangers sign Polish keeper Maciej Gostomski on a free


Championship side Rangers have announced the signing of Polish keeper Maciej Gostomski on a free transfer, following his departure from Lech Poznan.

The 27-year-old has signed a six month contract after a trial spell with the Ibrox side and will be back up to Rangers’ first choice keeper Wes Foderingham with Cammy Bell currently injured.

Speaking to the official Rangers website, Gostomski said: “This is a great opportunity for me and with my experience I think I can bring something to Rangers.

“They are a huge club with a great history and I am delighted to be here.”

Gostomski made 45 appearances for Lech Poznan since he signed with the Polish side in July 2013. He has had spells with Zagłębie Sosnowiec, Odra Wodzisław, Bałtyk Gdynia and Bytovia Bytów.

He played three times this season for Poznan with his final appearance being the 5-2 defeat to Cracovia at the start of October 2015.

He is the second January signing for Mark Warburton after midfielder Harry Forrester was signed from Doncaster Rovers – also on a six month deal.


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