Report: Caixinha wants Myles Beerman to be given new contract on dramatically improved wages

General View of Ibrox Stadium

Rangers are reportedly set to offer Myles Beerman a new contract to stay at Ibrox.

General View of Ibrox StadiumGeneral View of Ibrox Stadium

According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are set to offer left back Myles Beerman a new contract to stay at Ibrox, with Pedro Caixinha keen to see him win a new deal.

Beerman, 18, was on the books at Manchester City before joining Rangers on a free transfer last summer, with the Maltese defender searching greater first-team opportunities.

Beerman may have been a regular in the Rangers youth setup, but he wasn't given a a chance to shine under Mark Warburton, with captain Lee Wallace almost exclusively filling the left back spot.

However, when Wallace picked up an injury earlier this month, new Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha had little other option but to throw Beerman into first-team action in a 0-0 draw away at Kilmarnock.

So far, the left back has impressed in the Rangers first team, helping the Gers keep three clean sheets in his three starts, earning praise from Caixinha, players and pundits.

This weekend, Beerman will face the biggest test of his fledgling career when he takes on Old Firm rivals Celtic in Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final meeting between the two sides.

New Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha during the press conferenceRangers manager Pedro Caixinha

Ahead of that game, The Scottish Sun report that Rangers are aiming to give Beerman a new contract off the back of his impressive performances in the first team, with Caixinha allegedly looking for his wages to be 'dramatically improved'.

Beerman's current deal with Rangers expires in 2018, so with just over a year left on his deal, the Gers will hope to extend that contract rather than risk losing their teenage star at the end of next season.

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