Rangers' position is a boost to Spurs' chances as the club will not pay 6 million

Rangers' position is a boost to Spurs' chances as the club will not pay 6 million ...

With the Daily Record reporting that Rangers are unwilling to pay 6 million for a defender that is also on the radar of Premier League champions Tottenham Hotspur, the race to sign Ridvan Yilmaz has taken a different turn.

The 21-year-old Turkey international, according to reports, has been on Rangers' radar for a long time. However, it is no coincidence that the Glasgow giants have apparently increased their interest in the game this week.

Rangers are left with a gap on the left-hand side of Giovanni van Bronckhorsts' backline as a result of Calvin Bassey's departure. However, despite the fact that they've spent nearly 20 million on Bassey and a further 10 million on Joe Aribos' Southampton switch, they're not going to go crazy and lose any sight of value.

Yes, they want Yilmaz. The Gers, however, have little interest in paying 6 million for a youngster who will be available for free in less than 12 months time. Yilmazs Besiktas contract expires in July 2023.

Yilmaz is also interested in a number of top European clubs, according to the Daily Record. One of these appears to be Tottenham Hotspur.

Antonio Conte has given the go light to a move for attack-minded wideman Alex Yilmaz, who is enthused about the prospect of playing under one of the continent's best footballers in North London. Spurs aren't operating under the same budgetary constraints as Rangers, and are therefore unlikely to pay Besiktas 6 million asking price.

I will not resist if I am in a position to make money for my club likeCenk Tosun, who joined Everton for 27 million in 2018. Yilmaz, who idolizes Marcelo and Alphonso Davis, produces four assists and three goals last season.

Every player has a goal.Playing in England is my greatest ambition.I am just starting my journey.I am learning a lot every day.I am constantly improving and am striving to make up for my lack of physical fitness and physical ability.

By the way, I teach English two hours a day.

Ivan Perisic's arrival from Inter Milan makes matters worse. The former Inter Milan flyer is expected to play regularly in the left-wing back role under Conte. And all this without mentioning Ryan Sessegnon, who made huge improvements under the former Inter Milan boss.

Yilmaz has no choice but to wait patiently and see how things go.

Until the start of the month, negotiations between Yilmaz and Eintracht Frankfurt failed (Sport1).

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