Rangers left-back Myles Beerman departed Ibrox to join Queen of the South on loan.
Rangers defender Myles Beerman posted on Instagram after making his second appearance for loan side Queen of the South in the Scottish Cup against Scottish Premiership side Partick Thistle.
The 18-year-old joined the mid-table outfit, who currently lie in fifth place in Scotland’s second tier earlier this month as he failed to be afforded any game time at Ibrox – with Lee Wallace and Declan John ahead of him in the pecking order.
He made his second appearance on Saturday and starred for his temporary side in a slightly different position of left wing, as Queens lost 2-1 to Partick Thistle, who sit in 11th place in the top tier of Scottish football.
Beerman provided the assist for Ross Fergusson’s equaliser, only for Conor Salmon’s brace to cancel that out. Beerman posted on Instagram after the match, stating his disappointment with the loss but happy with his comeback from injury.
The left-back, who made his debut under Pedro Caixinha and went on to appear eight times for Rangers’ first team, has just a matter of months remaining on his current contract.
He will be doing all he can to earn a new deal, or at least show interested parties what he is capable of as he could become available for free in the summer with the Gers not needing a third left-back.