Rangers have signed Scotland goalkeeper Jenna Fife from Hibernian and Northern Ireland midfielder Demi Vance from Glentoran.
Fife joins after six years with Hibs and was part of Scotland’s World Cup squad in France.
Women’s and Girls’ Football manager Amy McDonald told rangers.co.uk: “I am so pleased to welcome Jenna to the club. A signing of her calibre is proof of the steps we are making towards building a very strong squad for the season ahead.
“Jenna is a Scotland international and at just 23-years-old is one of the most exciting young players in the country.
“To welcome her to Rangers shows the ambition we have for this team and the kind of talent we want to bring here.”
“Securing a top class goalkeeper was very important to us and to do it so early in the close season is brilliant.”
Demi Vance was named 2019 Women’s Player of the Year by the NIFL as the 28-year-old helped Glentoran to a cup treble.
Amy McDonald said of Vance: “Demi is an established international, who at 28-years-old, is in the prime of her career and brings bags of experience and talent.
“As a Rangers fan all her life she will bring true passion to the squad and a real understanding of what it means to play for the club.”