Glentoran have confirmed their second signing of the summer with the arrival of former Crusaders defender Aidan Wilson.
The versatile 23-year-old joins former Queen of the South striker Ally Roy who joined the East Belfast club on Wednesday.
Wilson, who was unveiled on Friday, is relishing the opportunity of linking up with the Big Two giants.
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“I’m delighted to be here and to finally get it done,” said Wilson. “Glentoran is a big club, they have a big fanbase and arguably the best fans in the league."
Wilson, who can play at centre back or full-back, spent the past two years at Crusaders after joining the North Belfast club from Rangers.
The former Scotland U19 captain played twice for the Old Firm giants as a teenager under former boss Pedro Caixinha and spent 14 years in total with the Ibrox club from the age of seven.
He made his debut for the Ibrox club in a 2-1 defeat to Aberdeen in front of 48,000 fans in 2017 and also spent loan spells with Dunbarton and Forfar during his time at Rangers.
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