CEDRIC ITTEN has left Rangers to return to Switzerland at BSC Young Boys.

The Ibrox club this morning confirmed the striker has sealed a switch back to his homeland.

Rangers stated an undisclosed fee was paid for the 25-year-old with reports earlier this week touting a £1.55million transfer fee.

Itten played 49 times for Rangers in his two years in Glasgow, scoring nine times.

But he has now called time on his stint in Scotland to join Young Boys in Switzerland.

A statement on the Rangers club website, read: "RANGERS can today confirm striker Cedric Itten has joined BSC Young Boys for an undisclosed fee.

"Striker Itten initially joined Rangers in the summer of 2020, and he went on to make 49 appearances for the club.

"He also scored nine goals, with a number of those being crucial in the delivery of title number 55 to Ibrox in 2020/21, not least a late strike against Motherwell in the December of that season that turned a tight match in the Light Blues’ favour.

"To date, he has been capped seven times by the Swiss national team, has scored four goals and will be aiming to join their World Cup-bound squad in November.

"Everyone at Ibrox wishes Cedric well for this next move in his career."