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Andy King to seek advice from Brendan Rodgers about Scottish football after sealing Rangers move

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Andy King to seek advice from Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers about Scottish football after sealing loan move to RangersAndy King will listen to advice from Brendan Rodgers after joining RangersThe midfielder is looking to learn from Rodgers' title-winning exploits at CelticThe 30-year-old has expressed his gratitude to Rodgers for letting him move onThe Wales international is excited to play under Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard 

Andy King will seek advice from Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers about life in Scottish football after signing for Rangers.

Former Celtic boss Rodgers told King he was free to go out on loan ahead of the Premier League kick-off and the Wales international has signed a season-long deal at Ibrox.

King said: 'I've not really spoken to him about coming here specifically but I will do. A man who was so successful in Scottish football with the titles he won, I will call him and ask him about life in Glasgow, what Scottish football's like and stuff like that. But I have not really had the chance to do that.'

Rangers new signing Andy King was present at the Europa League clash with Midtjylland

King had no concerns about Rodgers sanctioning the move.

'No, not at all,' the midfielder said. 'I am really grateful for him being clear with me a couple of weeks ago. 

'He said it was up to me to try and find a new challenge and fortunately I have managed to do that - a massive challenge at a massive football club and one I am delighted to be at.'

King says he is 'grateful' to Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers for allowing him to move to Ibrox

In an interview with RangersTV, the 30-year-old said: 'I am delighted to be here. With the size of the club and the manager it speaks for itself. 

'I'm like any other player, you hear Rangers are interested and you want to go.'

On Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard, King added: 'He's certainly someone who I think - when I was growing up - any midfielder would have looked to.

'To have half the career he's had, you know you've had a good go. Now he's in management I want to get as many tips and pointers from him as possible.' 


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