Former Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Nnamdi Ofoborh has found himself a new club.

The 24-year-old, who played 33 times for the Chairboys across two spells at Adams Park, has penned a permanent contract with Swindon Town of League Two, following his departure from the Scottish Premier League side, Rangers.

Ofoborh spent two years north of the border but didn’t make a single appearance for the Gers after he was diagnosed with an undisclosed heart issue just weeks after signing.

Upon arriving in Scotland in the summer of 2021, then-manager Steven Gerrard revealed that there was a ‘red flag’ in the midfielder’s routine cardiovascular screening.

Concerns led to the ex-Chairboy sitting on the sidelines for well over two years before he departed the Ibrox club in the summer of 2023.

Upon his exit, he said: “To my Rangers family, coaches, staff, teammates, and fans, I thank you for your support over the past two years.

"I will never forget my time up there, an experience that will stay with me forever.

“I also apologise as I wasn't able to help in the ways that I wanted to and that hurt me the most. All the best this season Rangers.

“You'll always have me as a supporter."

After being out of the game for well over half a year, he has joined the County Ground side and was included in Swindon’s Good Friday home fixture against Notts County.

His last competitive appearance in any capacity was in March 2021 when Wycombe defeated Preston North End 1-0 at Adams Park in the Championship.

He has been given the number 59 shirt at Swindon.

The Robins confirmed via their website that he had been training with the club to build up his fitness.