Scott Wright spotted in Rangers training as winger sparks confusion over Turkey move

SCOTT WRIGHT’s planned move to Turkey seems in doubt after he was spotted training in Glasgow.

SunSport announced last week that the Rangers winger would join Super Lig club Pendikspor for £500,000.

Scott Wright flew to Turkey last week to complete his move to Pendikspor


Scott Wright flew to Turkey last week to complete his move to PendiksporCredit: Alamy
The winger has since returned to training


The winger has since returned to trainingPhoto credit: Willie Vass

Wright, 25, was then spotted at the airport before flying off to complete his work transfer to the top of the rise Flight Association.

In an interview before boarding the plane, the striker admitted that he really wanted to continue ranger after having discussions with Michael Beale about his Future.

Wright revealed the two clubs had agreed a transfer fee but admitted he has yet to weigh the offer before making a decision.

And it looks like the move has now stalled upon returning Training with the Light Blues this week.

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The club has posted videos from their session today and the former Aberdeen winger can be seen in the short clip.

Wright is still expected to do so leave Rangers that Summer despite his return as Beale planning sacking several first-team stars to fund his transfer Business.

But the 25-year-old will do it remain initially in the club.

Ahead of his planned move to TurkeyWright said, “It gives me a chance to play more regularly football.

“I’ve had conversations with Michael Beale I wanted to try and play a little more and we decided that maybe it would be best for me to keep going.

“The club have obviously agreed on a fee so I’ll go see what I think of it.

“It’s a small step into the unknown, but you always have to test yourself.

“It is an opportunity that excites me and I look forward to it.

“There are many options I have to weigh and it’s a decision I have to make together Family and my wife.

“I’m going to see what’s there for me and then make that decision.

“In this job you always want to represent your country, that’s always been a goal of mine, so I hope to be able to play football regularly and then try to move on.”

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Zack Zwiezen

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