By Mike Slater

22nd Jul, 2022 | 9:21pm

Besiktas defender Ridvan Yilmaz has been pictured leaving camp in the past hour to complete his major transfer to Rangers over the weekend.

The Turkish international is set to complete his move to Ibrox this weekend with only formalities left to complete of the left-back to seal his switch.

Rangers have agreed a fee over £5million with add-ons and have had a contract spread across five years accepted by Yilmaz as he looks to break into the Bears side.

AA Spor had press gathered outside the Besiktas camp in Spain on Friday evening [22 July], and captured the moment when Yilmaz walked away with a little wave on their official Twitter account.

“It’s time to say goodbye,” they wrote.

“Rıdvan Yılmaz left Beşiktaş camp.”

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Here We Go.

Besiktas have already confirmed with a press release that a move to Rangers is in the works, and nothing should really stop that from happening now.

Yilmaz looks happy to be walking away ahead of his dream move that he has openly stated to be the case ahead of the switch to Glasgow.

Calvin Bassey raked in huge amounts of cash with his move to Ajax, and Ross Wilson is now putting that to good use with this move on top of the signing of Ben Davies.

This is another step in the right direction as the squad finally gets the freshen up that we have all called for over the last couple of years.

Yilmaz is set to become the seventh new face through the door, and we don’t expect that to be it.

All eyes are now on airports across the United Kingdom as this one becomes more than 85% done with him saying his last words at the Turkish club.

In other Rangers news, the club are under no pressure to sell Glen Kamara this summer.