Rangers and Scotland hall of famer Davie Wilson has died at the age of 85.
In a statement, the Ibrox club said it was “extremely saddened” to hear of the passing of the former player.
On Tuesday, a spokesperson said the thoughts of the directors, staff and players of Rangers were with Wilson’s family and friends.
He was said to have “loved Rangers with every breath”, the club said.
The former winger made his competitive debut for his boyhood club in January 1957 in a league game against Dundee.
He made 373 appearances across 11 seasons at Ibrox, playing under Scot Symon, scoring a total of 158 goals before departing the club in 1967 to join Dundee United.
The winger was also part of the Rangers team that reached the 1961 European Cup Winners’ Cup final against Fiorentina.
For Rangers, he won four League titles, five Scottish Cups and two League Cups as part of 11 honours with his beloved club.
At international level, Wilson had a successful career with Scotland, earning 22 caps and scoring 10 goals for his country.
Wilson was a three-time Hall of Fame inductee with Rangers, Dundee United and Scotland after contributing great achievements and success for each of these teams.