Rangers will be busy making plans for the summer transfer window, and whilst incoming will be key, outgoings must materialise to make room for those arrivals.
The likes of Wes Foderingham, Lee Wallace, Gareth McAuley and Jason Holt may well leave, as well as loaned-out players such as Joe Dodoo, Lee Hodson and Jak Alnwick.
One name Rangers fans may have forgotten about is left back Myles Beerman, who is currently out on loan back in his native Malta with Gzira United.
The 20-year-old joined Rangers from Manchester City in 2016, and was given his Rangers debut by Pedro Caixinha in April of 2017 – but his fall came just as quickly as his rise.
After initially showing promise, Beerman was torn apart by Patrick Roberts in a 5-1 defeat to Celtic, and has only played three times for Rangers since.
Loan spells with Queen of the South, Birkirkara and now Gzira have followed, where he has made 17 appearances this season ahead of returning to Rangers.
Yet with his contract just weeks away from expiring, Beerman's time at Ibrox is set to come to an end imminently, even with his former Manchester City academy boss Mark Allen at Rangers now.
From a promising debutant to a forgotten man in two years, Beerman's stint at Ibrox hasn't gone to plan, and a permanent move back to Malta this summer wouldn't be a shock.
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