Francis Jacobs will join the Rangers this summer, “The Athletic” reported.

In December 2019, The Gers teamed up with Orange County, the behind-the-scenes club of Major League Soccer. This team became famous in August of the same year, when he signed a contract with Francis Jacobs.

The midfielder then became the youngest professional soccer player in United States history at the age of 14 years, four months and 29 days. On the other hand, in the previous season, he played two matches in Major League Soccer (equivalent to US Tier 2).

The 15-year-old came to Scotland for training immediately after the club partnership agreement was concluded, and last year he went with the Rangers to the International Cup in Doha, where he participated in all four matches, to start the competition. With the core team.

In Qatar, an American citizen with an English passport received excellent reviews, which will soon bring him to Europe forever. In the summer, after turning 16, the player joins the team from Glasgow.

Thus, Jacobs will soon follow in the footsteps of players like Timothy Weah, Matt Miyazga, Weston McKinney and Chris Richards to the old continent.

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