Rangers confirm new deal for reserves captain Cammy Palmer
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Rangers confirm new deal for reserves captain Cammy Palmer

Rangers have confirmed that Academy star Cammy Palmer has signed a one-year extension to his contract with the club after leading the reserves to SPFL Reserve League glory last term.
Palmer, who captained Graeme Murty’s reserve side last season, is now under contract at Ibrox until 2021 and will be hoping to push on and challenge for a place in Steven Gerrard’s first-team this season.


The midfielder was a stand-out in the reserves last season and played a massive role as Murty’s side clinched the title on the final day of the season.
Despite being born in England, Palmer has represented both Scotland and Northern Ireland at youth level – but is yet to play for the land of his birth.

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Palmer made his first-team debut in a friendly with HJK Helsinki last winter but is yet to play a competitive first-team game.
With the Gers withdrawing from the Reserve League next season, they will face a number of European sides over the course of the season, as well as competing in the Challenge Cup, so Palmer will have plenty of opportunities to impress.
The 19-year-old looks to have a bright future ahead of him and could even find himself going out on loan this season in a bid to get regular first-team football.

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