RANGERS have reportedly agreed a £20million kit deal with Liverpool based sports company Castore.

Speculation suggested that the premium brand were keen to link up with the Ibrox club over the weekend, but now SportCal claim that a five-year deal has been struck.

Castore also supply sportswear to Scottish tennis star Andy Murray.

The two-time Wimbledon champion has been with the likes of Adidas and Fred Perry, but he describes the kit as the best he has worn.

Speaking about the company, he said: "The AMC brand combines my lifelong passion for tennis with Castore's commitment to advanced engineering and product excellence.

"AMC creates tennis products for tennis loves and it is without doubt the best kit I have ever worn."

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The reports come after Gers directors confirmed that their deal with Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct will come to an end this summer after a seven year association.

In a statement last week James Bisgrove, Director of Commercial and Marketing said: "The club is incredibly excited to introduce its new kit & retail partner to Rangers supporters world-wide imminently.

"This represents a clean slate and marks the start of a new era in the club's commercial retail operations.

"The partnership will be a significant step forward in Rangers' recent history."

Rangers have also confirmed that gambling company 32Red will remain as their shirt sponsor for next season.