The young Rangers defender will spend the foreseeable future away from Ibrox after his exit was sanctioned by Graeme Murty.
Rangers fans are reacting on Twitter to news of Aidan Wilson's Ibrox departure on Friday.
The young centre-back has joined Championship side Dumbarton on an emergency loan deal, following in the footsteps of Rangers teammate Ross McCrorie, who spent part of the 2016-17 campaign in West Dumbartonshire.
Wilson has only played two times for Rangers so far, with both of those appearances arriving under Pedro Caixinha at the end of last season.
And with fellow defenders Bruno Alves and McCrorie due to return to contention over the course of the next few weeks, as confirmed by Graeme Murty at a press conference on Friday, Rangers can perhaps afford to part with Wilson for the time being.
That is not to say, however, that Wilson cannot make an impact at Ibrox later down the line.
Here is what Rangers fans are saying on Twitter about the 19-year-old's move...
This boy could be a first team player in a couple of years, all the best— Gavin Kelly (@gmkelly1979) 9 February 2018
Would rather he was used in our first team, out defence is shaky to say the least!— A_B1872 (@A_B1872) 9 February 2018
Well in. Great lad! Great move for him. Can’t wait to see how he developed!— Theboldpig (@theboldpig) 9 February 2018
Can only be of benefit— ⚽ Sir M Elliott ⚽ (@wee_mic) 9 February 2018
Great move this young man looks a real prospect— Alan Carmichael (@AlanC_44) 9 February 2018
Very good young defender who will develop well & gain vital experience there— andy ferguson (@fergiemourinho) 9 February 2018
Wee durranty using his connections at Ibrox, was really I@presses by him in a few of the 20s game and the first team also, hopefully another one to make it in the first team— Lewis Reeves (@LewisR2010) 9 February 2018
He did well when he played last year. But he won't get in the now 4 cbs there. Best bet is get some experience of the rough and tumble.— Stevie (@StevieC_27) 9 February 2018
Good move for Aidan. Worked well for Ross down there. Will hopefully benefit from the game time— Colin Stewart (@RFC_Colin) 9 February 2018
What does the future hold for Aidan Wilson at Rangers?