“Rangers Transfer Update: Ridvan Yilmaz Expresses Desire for Galatasaray Move, Loan Deal Proposed”

“Rangers Transfer Update: Ridvan Yilmaz Expresses Desire for Galatasaray Move, Loan Deal Proposed”

Ridvan Yilmaz is now expressing a willingness to join Galatasaray as he seeks more

regular playing time, aiming to depart from Rangers this month.

According to Sabah, the 22-year-old left-back is a loan target for the Istanbul club, but Rangers prefer a permanent deal for financial reasons.

While initial reports hinted at Yilmaz’s preference for staying in

mainland Europe, possibly in Serie A, he is now open to returning to Turkey, eyeing a spot in the national squad for Euro 2024.

Sabah reported, “Galatasaray management knocked on Rangers’ door for Ridvan.

Even though it is written in the foreign press that the player will be

transferred with a transfer fee of 4 million Euros, Cimbom will push the rental formula.

Ridvan is positive about the possibility of being transferred on

loan to the yellow-red club in order to wear the National Team uniform in the European Championship.”

The situation has become increasingly perplexing for Rangers and their fans, with uncertainties surrounding potential transfers. Previous discussions about a move to Italy, potentially

in exchange for Josh Doig, fell through when Doig opted for Marseille.

Fabrizio Romano even suggested Rangers were never interested.

Yilmaz’s recent start in the friendly against Hertha Berlin and anticipated participation in the upcoming match against Copenhagen indicate his inclusion in Philippe Clement’s plans.

However, the persistent talk of Yilmaz’s departure from Ibrox within the next few weeks remains, prompting speculation about ongoing behind-the-scenes developments.

Yilmaz’s apparent change of stance, now open to moving to Galatasaray,

and reported talks between the clubs suggest a potential move is closer than ever.

This is a situation worth monitoring as the transfer window approaches its closure in two weeks.

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