St Gallen to Scotland – Eten Switch for Glasgow Rangers – Sport with 4 year contract

St Gallen to Scotland - Eten Switch for Glasgow Rangers - Sport with 4 year contract
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It is now clear where Cedric Iten is going: the international striker is leaving St Gallen and will play in Scotland for the future Glasgow Rangers.

On Tuesday morning, club president Mathias Huppi confirmed that Cedric Iten would leave FC St Gallen after two and a half years. Hours later, the 23-year-old destination is also known: Glasgow Rangers with coach Steven Gerrard.

Itten signed a 4-year contract with a traditional Scottish club. The parties agreed not to disclose the transfer fee.

Thanks to the revenue contract period for FCSG

After Ermedin Demirovic, who switched to Bundesliga club Freiburg after the loan expired, FCSG also lost its second top goalscorer. With his 19 goals, Itten was the second best goalscorer in the Super League after Jean-Pierre Nsme (32 goals) last season. Since he still has a contract that is valid for next season, his transfer should bring good income to the St. Gallen club fund.

Itten first joined St. Gallen on loan from FC Basel in January 2018, and half a year later the East Swiss signed a decidedly long attacker. After a brutal ligaments rupture in his right knee in September 2018, Itten developed into a full-fledged top performer in the Green-White team and made the move to become a national player.

In addition to Iten and Demirovic, Axel Bakayoko, Jonathan Klinsmann, Milan Viliotik and Moreno Costanjo will also leave FCSG. Additionally, cooperation With assistant coach Ionis Amanatidis Not extended.

Comberi Ju den Aspen?

Regarding a possible successor, the rumor mill is already booming. According to Scottish media, there are signs of transfer from Florian Cumberi. The former GC player was last loaned to the Glasgow Rangers by Hibernian FC, but was unable to handle those.

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