Rangers ace Ryan Kent reaches ‘agreement on everything’ with Fenerbahce after lengthy talks held
Rangers winger Ryan Kent has reached an “agreement on everything” with Fenerbahce, according to Fanatik.
The attacker’s contract at Ibrox is set to expire at the end of the season, with Kent reportedly close to a switch to Turkey as he moves on from Glasgow.
He joined the Gers from Premier League giants Liverpool and has made over 200 appearances in blue, although Michael Beale has decided not to use him in recent weeks.
“The British star announced that he would leave Glasgow Rangers at the end of the season after his contract expired,” according to Fanatik.
“Fenerbahce reached an agreement on everything with the 26-year-old winger, whom he has been in talks with for a while.”
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Kent is slowly but surely winding down the clock on his Rangers career, with the player set to leave in somewhat disappointing circumstances after giving his all to the club for so many years.
He is currently in his fifth season at Ibrox since the switch from Anfield, initially on loan before quickly being made permanent.
Despite being a regular under Michael Beale, both player and manager look to have agreed that it is time for all parties to move on.
Gers fans will definitely miss the talented attacker, who enjoyed many superb moments during his time in blue.
But frustratingly for the club itself, the winger leaving on a free transfer highlights how poorly they have handled the situation.
Given the need for funds to help bring in other players, Rangers definitely could have received a decent fee for the 26-year-old, who will definitely have plenty of suitors this summer.
Instead, his contract was allowed to wind down, and one lucky club are now going to get him without paying anything.
In other Rangers news, the Gers are closing in on the signature of one midfielder who lined out for his country at the 2022 World Cup.