Ibrox left-back Myles Beerman made only four apperances in the Scottish Championship during a loan spell from Premiership Rangers.

Myles Beerman looked set for a bright future at Rangers when he broke into the first-team at left-back towards the end of last season under Pedro Caixinha.

One year on, however, things could hardly be different. Beerman is out of contract this summer and, as it stands, looks set to bid farewell to Ibrox.

And any hopes the 19-year-old Maltese international might have had of earning a new deal have surely taken a massive hit after he returned early from an underwhelming loan spell at Queen of the South.

Beerman only made four appearances since moving to the Championship side on loan in January and has even been left out of their squad for the last three games.

And Queen of the South manager Gary Naysmith, who was a left-back himself in his day who played for Everton and Scotland, admitted that Beerman and fellow loanees Kyle Cameron and Nikolay Todorov have been let go before the final game of the season against Brechin.

“The moves have probably not worked out as well as anyone would have hoped but that is football,” Naysmith said in quotes reported by the Scottish Sun.

Now, with club captain Lee Wallace suspended following a row in the aftermath of the 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final thrashing at Celtic and unlikely to ever play for the club again, according to the Scottish Sun, there is a gap in Rangers’ squad for a left-back.

But it would be a surprise at this stage if Beerman was still a Rangers player next season.

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