Rangers Exodus Continues As Allen McGregor Joins Besiktas

‘Keeper expected to sign a two-year deal with Turkish outfit.

The world’s most successful club Rangers have lost yet another star, with Allan McGregor set to join Turkish club Besiktas.

The Scotland international has undergone a medical and is poised to sign a two-year contract with the Istanbul club, who finished a disappointing fourth in the Super Lig last season, according to ESPN Soccernet.

The 30-year-old was one of several players who declined to transfer their contracts to Charles Green’s newco Rangers – currently battling for the right to play in the Scottish Third Division next season.

McGregor was Rangers’ longest-serving player after coming through the ranks at Ibrox and making his debut in 2001.

He has gone onto to play over 200 times for Rangers in the SPL, winning three titles, three Scottish Cups and five Scottish League Cups.

McGregor joins fellow British custodian Scott Carson, who is the current number one at Bursaspor, in Turkey.

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