Rangers look set for a big summer ahead of next season, with the Ibrox outfit no doubt preparing to retain the title, whilst also hoping to give a good showing of themsevles in the Champions League.
If the Gers want to push on as a club, then they should perhaps focus on getting rid of some of the deadwood around Ibrox and unfortunately for 22-year-old Jamie Barjonas, that includes him.
The midfielder has made just nine appearances for Rangers in his career thus far but hasn’t featured since 2017, and has endured some disappointing loan spells away from the club in the seasons since.
Barjonas is a product of the Rangers youth academy and made his senior debut for the club as an 18-year-old in May 2017 under Pedro Caixinha, in a 2-1 win against Partick Thistle.
He joined Bury on loan for the 2018/19 League Two season but was limited to just eight appearances in all competitions under Ryan Lowe and was recalled in January before being sent to Raith Rovers on loan.
Barjonas was something of a regular with the Scottish League One side and seemingly impressed, registering two goals and three assists in 19 appearances.
However, this was clearly not enough to see him come back into the Rangers senior side, as after some more appearances for the academy side, he was sent out on loan again, this time to Partick Thistle, where he made just five appearances last season.
Unfortunately for the young midfielder, he hasn’t made a single senior appearance during this campaign and it seems clear that he is never going to make it as a regular at Rangers.
The 22-year-old’s contract with the club is set to expire at the end of this season and therefore, Ross Wilson should ensure that he definitely leaves Ibrox, as no appearances in the last four years really speaks for itself.
With Rangers taking their performances to another level this season, he is never likely to get muc, if any, game time under Steven Gerrard.
Certainly, you could argue that the youngster has been stealing a wage with Rangers for the past few seasons, as he hasn’t been able to have any impact whatsoever, but hopefully, he can find regular football with another club should he leave Ibrox at the end of the season.
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