Rangers officially announced that youngster Jamie Barjonas has joined League Two side Bury on loan until January – and fans think it’s a move that suits all parties.

Barjonas, 19, has been with the Gers since 2008 having joined the club as a nine-year-old, and made his senior debut for the club in 2017 in a Scottish Premiership match with Partick Thistle.

HONG KONG, HONG KONG – MAY 27: Glasgow Rangers’ Jamie Barjonas (in blue) competes with HKFA Red Dragons’ Yu Pui Hong, and Chung Wai Keung (in red), during the HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens 2017 Group A Main Tournament match between Glasgow Rangers and HFKA Red Dragons at the Hong Kong Football Club on May 27, 2017 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. (Photo by Power Sport Images/Getty Images)

He kicked on from there and made a handful of first team appearances last term, but Steven Gerrard has been chopping and changing since arriving in the hot seat in May, and evidently felt that opportunities would be limited for the talented teen in 2018/19.

Scotland youth international Barjonas will spend the first half of the season at Gigg Lane, before re-evaluating in January and deciding what the next step for him will be.

Bury manager Ryan Lowe said of his new midfield acquisition via the club’s official website: “I think when someone like Steven Gerrard recommends to you a midfielder with the career he has had then you don’t look twice at it; you’ve got to take it, and that’s what we’ve done.

HONG KONG, HONG KONG – MAY 28: Glasgow Rangers’ Max Mshmore, Jack Blackford, Jamie Barjonas (in blue) cheering after they win during their Main Tournament Cup Quarter-Final match, part of the HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens 2017 on 28 May 2017 at the Hong Kong Football Club, Hong Kong. (Photo by Power Sport Images/Getty Images)

“Jamie came down to train with us for a few days, and he was outstanding in training; he fitted the bill for what we are after. I’m really looking forward to working with him from now until January.”

Hopefully Barjonas can get some decent game time with the League Two side, with Gerrard clearly showing himself to be a big advocate for younger players, and some Rangers fans online have endorsed the move:

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