By Pranav Shahaney

21st Jul, 2022 | 5:10pm

Besiktas demand inclusion of clause as Rangers look to seal Ridvan Yilmaz transfer

Besiktas reportedly want Rangers to meet the £5.1million valuation and include a 25 per cent sell on clause in the Ridvan Yilmaz deal.

According to Fanatik journalist Gokmen Ozcan, the Turkish club see these two conditions as a must for the deal to go ahead this summer.

Gers have already submitted an initial bid to sign the 21-year-old but it remains to be seen if they can secure his services, amid interest from elsewhere.

Via Twitter, Ozcan wrote, “6 million Euro cash plus 25% share from the next sale is a must.”

Take the deal

Rangers are known to be extremely good at buying players for cheap and selling them at a profit and clubs are aware of it.

Whenever they’re selling young players they make it a point to include this clause as they will not just get a transfer fee but will also be eligible for any future profits generated.

Gers are in desperate need of a new left-back, having sold Calvin Bassey to Ajax so this is the ideal signing for them.

At 21, he may be slightly inexperienced, but he’s got bags of potential and we’re certain that he can go to the next level at Ibrox.

If he still wants to leave after a few years, there’s a very good chance that his value would’ve gone up six to eight times and that’s only going to be a bonus for the Rangers hierarchy.

It’s interesting to see when and if Gers return with a revised offer or if they plan to discuss terms with the player’s agent now.

In other Rangers news, Celtic and the Gers are at loggerheads over a record-breaking SPFL midfielder and a bid for him has already been tabled.