Galatasaray Makes Last-Minute Bid for Rangers’ Promising Left-Back Ridvan Yilmaz

Galatasaray Makes Last-Minute Bid for Rangers’ Promising Left-Back Ridvan Yilmaz

Turkish club Galatasaray’s persistent interest in Turkish international Ridvan Yilmaz has faced another setback as Rangers reject yet another bid, according to the Herald.

The report reveals that none of Galatasaray’s offers met the £4 million valuation set

by Rangers manager Philippe Clement for the 22-year-old defender.

Yilmaz, who has been making a positive impression at Ibrox, appears to be staying with

Rangers despite the ongoing transfer speculations.

The rejection of Galatasaray’s bid brings relief to Rangers fans, particularly given the recent collapse of the club’s pursuit of Fluminense left-back Jefte.

The unsuccessful negotiation with loan club APOEL Nicosia left Rangers scrambling for a left-back alternative.

The deadline day drama was averted with Yilmaz’s potential departure now ruled out.

As the transfer window at Ibrox comes to a close, Rangers reflect on a busy period.

New additions to the squad include Fabio Silva from Wolves, Mohamed Diomande from

FC Nordsjælland, and Oscar Cortes from RC Lens. Departing the club is Sam Lammers to Utrecht.

Despite the transfer activity, Rangers aim to build on their earlier League Cup win,

strengthening their position for the challenges ahead in the ongoing season.

With Rangers rejecting Galatasaray’s latest bid for Ridvan Yilmaz, the young

talent is expected to play a pivotal role as Rangers compete on multiple fronts in the upcoming matches.

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