Myles Beerman has posted an emotional message to Rangers supporters after confirming he will leave the club this summer, with his contract set to expire.
The 20-year-old has failed to earn a new deal at Rangers despite going on loan twice this season. He managed a combined 20 appearances for Maltese sides Gzira United and Birkirkara FC.
The six-time Malta international, who came through the ranks at Manchester City before joining Rangers, broke into the Gers side under Pedro Caixinha and made eight senior appearances under the Portuguese boss.
He played twice against Old Firm rivals Celtic and gave away a penalty in the 5-1 defeat to the Bhoys, fouling Patrick Roberts. He posted on Twitter, confirming that he is leaving Rangers.
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
Releasing Beerman was an inevitability. Unable to impress in his home country of Malta, little suggested that he would end up having a career in Glasgow.
Rangers released Lee Wallace as well as Beerman and although the club do need a left-back, they still boast Borna Barisic, Andy Halliday and Jon Flanagan as options on the left side of the defence.
It remains to be seen where Beerman will now end up, but the chances are he could return to his home country and look to forge a career there.