Rangers trio Cammy Palmer, Danny Finlayson, and Matthew Shiels have joined American side Orange County SC on loan.
The Gers have a working relationship with the USL Championship club whereby they send young players over the States to further their progression.
Palmer, Finlayson, and Shiels will complete a season-long loan with the Californian side, with their campaign running from March to November.
🚨 BREAKING: @RangersFC and Orange County SC announce that the trio of @Cammypalmer_56, @danfinlayson63 and @matthewshiels1 will join Orange County SC on loan.
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— Orange County SC (@orangecountysc) February 3, 2020
Palmer is a Northern Irish youth international central midfielder, while Finlayson is a right-back, and Shiels is a Scottish youth international left-back with 10 caps to his name.
All three players are 19 years of age.
Is this is a good mover the Gers?
This is exactly the kind of deal that the club were hoping to carry out when they set up the partnership with Orange County SC, and having the trio go over to the USA should give them ample opportunity to grow, not just as players, but as people too.
Having three go over at once should ensure that they have a decent support network over in America, and fingers crossed that they come back at the end of 2020 ready for a more senior role at Ibrox.
Palmer in particular looks like he could be an exciting prospect, and given the time to learn his craft in the USL, he could come back to Glasgow as a very exciting midfield schemer.
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