Glasgow Rangers academy defender Lewis Mayo could be set for a loan departure from Ibrox, according to a report in the Daily Record.
The highly rated 19-year-old has yet to make his competitive debut for Steven Gerrard's charges, though he scored in the Gers' pre-season win over Oxford United at Ibrox and was at the pre-season training camp in Portugal.
Mayo was also in Dubai with the first-team squad as they fine-tuned their preparations at their mid-season warm weather training camp ahead of what is shaping up to be an exciting second half of the season.
According to the Daily Record, the centre-back is wanted by Partick Thistle, who are in talks with the Ibrox side over securing his services until the end of the season.
Ian McCall has already agreed a deal to sign Mayo’s Rangers teammate Zak Rudden ahead of a second half of the campaign in which they will be hoping to pull clear of the lower reaches of the table.
A lifelong Rangers fan, Mayo has been with the Light Blues since he was seven years old, and in December 2018 he took part in a RYDC Twitter Q&A where he answered questions from Bears.
Asked who he models his game on, he replied: "I love watching John Stones at Manchester City because of his ability and composure to play out from the back. For all out defending, Carles Puyol."
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