Rangers' newest recruit has wasted no time saying farewell to AC Milan as he penned an emotional message following his confirmed switch to Ibrox. 

Clinton Nsiala will join the Scottish Premiership giants on July 1 and is the club's third summer signing after Oscar Cortes and Jefte were announced over the past two weeks. 

He has experience in the UEFA Youth League and being around the AC Milan first team squad this past season and couldn't depart the San Siro without highlighting the role U-19s boss Ignazio Abate has played in his development since joining from Nantes three years ago.

Taking to Instagram, the young defender reacted to his Rangers move and said: "It's time to say goodbye to this team, I'm doing its after three years of personal and professional growth.

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"A team that became family and took me as a child and now leaves me as a man. A team and a coach who believed in me until the end. 

"Speaking of coaching, Ignazio Abate, if I am what I am today besides my feet and hard work, it's all because of you, who have always believed in me and continue to do so. 

"Proud to wear the AC Milan shirt. Thank you for the support. Thank you to AC Milan. The journey continues. #NzambeInControl."