Home 89.7 Bay Rangers defender signs for Maltese Premier League side

Rangers defender signs for Maltese Premier League side

5
0
SHARE
Advertisement

Rangers defender Myles Beerman is heading back to Malta after signing a three-year deal with Hibernians.

The full-back, 20, spent time on loan at Queen of the South before confirming he’d be leaving Glasgow.

Myles said he was delighted to join Paola-based Hibs in the Maltese Premier League.

He tweeted: ‘Happy to be signed with Hibernians for the next three years.

‘Excited for the upcoming season and what it holds for me.’

Myles played eight times for the Rangers first-team including one disastrous Old Firm derby at Ibrox where he gave away a penalty.

Celtic eventually defeated Rangers in a 5-1 mauling.

He fell out of the reckoning for the starting line-up under new Rangers manager Steven Gerrard.

Myles represented Malta at the 2014 UEFA Under 17 championships, aged just 15, and made his full national debut in 2017.

Myles Beerman

It’s going to be a busy day at our Club. In the meantime enjoy a 7-sec video of our new lad Myles Beerman! 🎬 ⚪⚫ #MB21 #teamhibs

Publiée par Hibernians F.C. sur Mardi 20 août 2019

The post Rangers defender signs for Maltese Premier League side appeared first on 89.7 Bay.

Original article found on 897 Bay News

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here