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 Beerman (@mylesbeerman) August 18, 2019
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.
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