Rangers sell striker to former Europa League rival

Rangers sell striker to former Europa League rival
BERN, SWITZERLAND - NOVEMBER 23: General view inside the stadium prior to the UEFA Champions League group F match between BSC Young Boys and Atalanta at Stadion Wankdorf on November 23, 2021 in Bern, Switzerland. (Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Getty Images)

Rangers are to say goodbye to Cedric Itten after a £1.5M deal was agreed by Swiss giants Young Boys to sign the unsettled hitman.

The forward, 25, has had a terrible time of it at Ibrox, and probably wishes he’d never left St Gallen in the first place, but is set to get a big move to a home nation side after Rangers’ former UEL rivals confirmed the deal.

CEO of the Bern giants Christoph Spycher refused to rule out a move for him, and a week later the deal is nearly complete, with the likable striker finally ending his Rangers nightmare.

It’s a good move for him and a good one for Rangers – yes, we do lose about £1M on this, given we signed him for £2.5M, but it’s a cut of losses for a player who just didn’t work out.

And we wish him the best back home in Switzerland.

Held himself well at Ibrox and didn’t let his side down – good luck to you.

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  1. Sorry for my immatureness, but that stands name man 😂😂😂 cheered my crap hungover Sunday up.

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