Rangers agree James Tavernier’s contract extension

James Tavernier has agreed a contract extension with Rangers and the deal shall be introduced early subsequent week, 90min understands.

The Gers captain has performed an enormous half of their rise in recent times, profitable the Scottish Premiership in 2020/21 earlier than reaching the Europa League ultimate the next season. He scored 18 targets from right-back final time period, together with seven of their memorable European fixture.

His present contract expires in 2024 however the brand new deal will see him signal at Ibrox for an additional two years till 2026.

The extension is a serious increase for Rangers as they aim Champions League group stage qualification and subsequent league success.

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Giovani van Bronckhurst’s aspect must go by an early qualifying stage for the upcoming Champions League, first once they face Belgian affiliation Union SG within the third qualifying spherical at the start of August.

Rangers have additionally reached an settlement with Besiktas to signal left-back Ridvan Yilmaz. The Turkish aspect had beforehand revealed that talks have been being held because the Scottish aspect seemed for a substitute for Calvin Bassey, who lately joined Ajax for £22.5m.

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