Myles Beerman is leaving Steven Gerrard’s Ibrox club Glasgow Rangers.
Ibrox Stadium of Rangers
Myles Beerman has taken to Twitter to send a heartfelt message to Rangers, as he leaves the Ibrox club.
Beerman joined Rangers in the summer of 2016 after leaving Manchester City in the Premier League in England.
Much was expected of the Malta international when he joined Rangers, but things did not work out for the youngster according to plan.
The 20-year-old left-back made a handful of appearances for the Gers and also play in the Old Firm derby against Celtic.
However, the youngster struggled to establish himself in the Rangers starting lineup, and spent time on loan at Queen of the South, Birkirkara and Gzira United.
Beerman is leaving Rangers this summer, and the young left-back has posted an emotional message on Twitter for the club.
Rangers fans have responded to the youngster’s message, and they have been quite complimentary.
Below are some of the best comments:
I would like to say thanks to @RangersFC.For giving me my chance and making my debut.Thank you to the fans that always had my back and the clubs back.I wish the club success for the future. It’s been a pleasure representing one of the most successful clubs in Europe. pic.twitter.com/8FWHULRLT1— Myles Beerman (@mylesbeerman) June 2, 2019
I was going to say good luck but you just said "one of the most successful clubs in Europe" u mean the most successful clubs in Europe. Hahaha good luck— Jamie Turner (@JamieTu37733842) June 2, 2019
You have a talent, no doubt you'll find success. All the best!— Callum McKenzie (@_CallumMcKenzie) June 2, 2019
All the best son, good luck in the future... class statement..— Steven Erwin (@Thecrochunter7) June 2, 2019
Hopefully a good move on the horizon, more than capable and a little harshly done by after a strong run in the Rangers side when you got your break. All the best, Myles!— Michael (@miguelinho2910) June 3, 2019
All the best in your footballing future Myles. Great statement, feelings mutual— Graham Kennedy (@Grahamkennedy81) June 3, 2019
All the best, gutted you didn’t get more opportunity, you done well when thrown in the deep end beside some really spineless teammates that played under Pedro. No doubt you’ll get a good club, all the best.— RAYNES-Z (@PaulRaynes1) June 2, 2019
Once a Ger always a Ger,Good luck on the next chapter of your career— (@db_gers784) June 2, 2019
Myles Beerman future
Beerman is a talented young left-back, and it will be interesting to see which club he next moves to. Perhaps it will be a team in Scotland.
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