Rangers star Rıdvan Yılmaz has pledged his future to the Ibrox club and insisted he has no interest in leaving.

The 23-year-old will face competition for his left back spot this season from Rangers' new Brazilian signing Jefte.

Yilmaz has been linked with big money moves away from Ibrox and Philippe Clement's side have also been mentioned with a possible swoop for Godoy Cruz left-sided defender Thomas Galdames.

However, Yilmaz - who is on holiday with his family in the Turkish city of Bursa at the moment - has made clear he has no intention of moving this summer.

Yilmaz said: "I am very happy at Rangers right now and there is no thought about any future transfer for me.

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"I am enjoying my break with my family here and I will return to Scotland in time for the pre-season training camp soon."

Yilmaz left Besiktas two years ago to move to Glasgow and made 32 appearances for Rangers in all competitions this season.

But he missed out on the Euro 2024 squad for Turkey and won't add to his seven caps for his country.