Yusuf Kabadayi is in line to become the fourth arrival of the summer at Ibrox after Philippe Clement continued his Rangers rebuild with the capture of Clinton Nsiala from AC Milan.

Rangers confirmed a pre-contract switch for Nsiala on Monday as the defender penned a long-term deal in Glasgow. The French youth internationalist will join up with Clement’s side on July 1 and follows Jefte, the Brazilian left-back, and winger Oscar Cortes in agreeing a move to Ibrox.

And the Rangers Review understands that Kabadayi could be the latest piece of the jigsaw for Clement as he looks to add further strength and depth to his squad ahead of the upcoming Champions League qualifiers and the new domestic campaign. Kabadayi emerged through the ranks at Bayern Munich and spent last term on loan in 2. Bundesliga with Schalke 04, where he scored five times in 26 appearances.

He will be allowed to leave Bayern this summer and Rangers are in pole position to secure his signature as Clement targets the 20-year-old forward. Kabadayi is set to enter the final 12 months of his contract at the Allianz Arena.

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Clement has embarked on a significant overhaul of his squad following the departures of five players – Jon McLaughlin, Borna Barisic, John Lundstram, Ryan Jack and Kemar Roofe – at the end of their contracts.

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Rangers are gearing up for a significant summer of activity in the coming weeks and have moved to bolster their defensive options with the signing of Nsiala. The 20-year-old has spent the last three seasons in Milan after moving from Nantes in 2021.

"It's time to say goodbye to this team, I'm doing it after three years of personal and professional growth,” Nsiala wrote on his Instagram page as he confirmed his exit from the Italian giants.

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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.”