Super Eagles defernder, Leon Aderemi Balogun has been confirmed that he will leave Rangers this summer following the expiration of his contract.
Balogun is one of the three Nigerians plying their trade at the Ibrox Stadium in Scotland.
However, the 33-year-old whose contract expired this June has officially been let go by Rangers football club.
A statement on the club’s website appreciated the importance of the Nigeran defender.
“Defender Balogun initially joined Rangers in the summer of 2020 before extending his contract in 2021, and he went on to make 65 appearances for the club,” a statement on the club’s website read.
“Defender Balogun immediately bought into the club since signing and played a key role in the delivery of title number 55 to Ibrox in the 2020/21, with a 100% home record.
“Additionally, Rangers set a new club record that year of 39 league games undefeated in their final match of the season against Aberdeen.
“Whilst being a key role in the backline, the Nigerian internationalist scored two goals in Europe, both being crucial in helping the Light Blues secure their position in the Europa League final in Seville after a remarkable run in the campaign.
“Leon leaves a Ranger with everyone at Ibrox wishing him well for the next move in his career.”
The Super Eagles star who joined from Wigan won the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish Cup in his 2 years at Ibrox and will be listening to offers from other clubs interested in his signature.