On Wednesday evening, it was confirmed via the Rangers Youth Development Twitter account, that Jordan Houston has left the club, to join Airdrieonians.
The move is only temporary of course, with the youngster highly thought of at Ibrox.

Houston turns out in the Scottish FA Youth Cup Final back in April 2017. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
He made his senior debut just a matter of weeks ago in the Scottish Cup. He has also been starring for Scotland U19s on a recent tour to Spain.
However, in a bid for regular football, he has moved to The Diamonds until the end of the season.

His adopted club currently sit sixth of ten teams in the Scottish third division.
The teenager recently made his debut replacing Daniel Candeias in the 3-1 win at Cowdenbeath. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
“I’m delighted to come here on loan to try to get some first team experience”,
Houston told airdriefc.com.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity and looking forward to getting started.”
“Personally, I’m hoping to get as many games as I can, but it’s also important to help the team to put a run together and move up the table.”
With this move, Houston joins several other Academy stars such as Robby McCrorie, Andy Dallas and Zak Rudden who are currently on stints away from Ibrox.

McCrorie and Dallas joined Championship side Morton last month. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
Many Bears believe this youngster has a bright future at Rangers.
When the news was announced, some offered their well wishes to the 19-year-old.



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