Rangers lost out on a £1.5 million player who is now valued at £7.5 million

Rangers lost out on a £1.5 million player who is now valued at £7.5 million

Rangers made a mistake by signing a player whose value has increased quickly.

During the January transfer window, Glasgow Rangers brought in Oscar Cortes, Mohamed Diomande, and striker Fabio Silva, among other exciting new additions.

Since all three are under 22, adding this kind of youth to the starting lineup could be very beneficial for Philippe Clement as he pursues the Premiership title with Celtic.
Ideally, this marks the start of Rangers and the transfer market’s positive relationship. The last few years haven’t been great, with money being squandered on a wide range of players.

The recent transfer history of Rangers

The Light Blues, led by Michael Beale, made significant summer acquisitions of Cyriel Dessers, Sam Lammers, and Danilo in the hopes that they would propel the team to success.
After seven months, Lammers is now on loan at Utrecht, Danilo is sidelined due to injury, and Dessers has only scored 12 goals since joining.

Not only does Beale occasionally make poor transfers, but his predecessor Giovanni van Bronckhorst also made a few blunders.

The Dutchman undersold a few players even though he managed the sales of Joe Aribo, Calvin Bassey, and Nathan Patterson, who all saw good returns.

The current market value of Cedric Itten

Giving Itten regular playing time could have helped his confidence, even though the Ibrox team struggled in the first half of the 2022–2023 season, losing six straight games in the Champions League. Itten may not have been the solution.

Cedric Itten
Cedric Itten

Rather, he immediately made an impact for BSC Young Boys in Switzerland, where he went on to win the double in his native country after concluding the season with 23 goals and 12 assists across all competitions.

In addition, he led the team in goals and assists (23) in the Swiss top division. He also led the team in shots per game (2.6), big chance creation (seven), and penalty wins (two), displaying the attacking abilities he was unable to display during his time in Glasgow.

Despite his meager eight goals in 23 games this season, his performances since going back to Switzerland have made Young Boys’ £1.5 million transfer fee an excellent value.

The former Gers forward is reportedly worth €8.8 million (£7.5 million), according to Football Transfers, and it’s obvious the team made a small mistake by allowing him to depart for little money.

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