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Barry Ferguson's agent John Viola has confirmed to skysports.com that the player has handed in a transfer request.
The Blackburn skipper made the move to hand in a transfer request on Tuesday morning.
Ferguson is being chased by former club Rangers with Blackburn having already rejected one bid from the Scottish giants
Blackburn Rovers manager Mark Hughes has confirmed that Barry Ferguson has his heart set on a move to Rangers.
Rovers are considering Ferguson's transfer request over the next couple of days, even though Hughes wants to pair his captain with new signing Robbie Savage in the midfield engine room.
Although some reports have suggested Newcastle United could be keen on the Scotland international, particularly in the light of Nicky Butt's injury setback, the former Gers skipper seems determined to return to Ibrox.
Barry Ferguson has finally completed his move back to Rangers.
The Blackburn Rovers skipper asked for a transfer earlier this month after The Gers revealed their interest in luring him back to Ibrox.
Ferguson moved to Blackburn in the summer of 2003 for £7.5 million, but the Scottish star has never really settled in Lancashire.
Blackburn boss Mark Hughes concedes that player power led to Barry Ferguson's move to Rangers.
Hughes was reluctant to allow the tenacious midfielder to quit Lancashire to return to his homeland but has now claimed that the player's attitude forced the issue.
Ferguson made no secret of his desire to return to Ibrox and now Hughes has revealed that the player asked not be selected for first team action.