Rangers are reportedly set to secure new deals for Ibrox youngsters Adam Devine and Robbie Ure after both turned out in the 3-1 win over Queen of the South.

The young pair started the clash against the League One outfit and both impressed as they are continued to be shown a clear pathway into the Ibrox first team.

Adam Devine, 19, has now made three appearances for the Ibrox club’s top team and is considered the Gers’ back-up right-back option heading into the new season.

This comes after Polish youth international right-back Matuesz Zukowski – signed as cover after the January departure of Nathan Patterson – was allowed to return to Poland with Lech Poznan on a loan-to-buy deal.

It shows the faith Rangers have in the academy youngster and according to reports from Football Insider, Adam Devine has already agreed a new deal with the club and it will be announced shortly.

Rangers hope to tie Adam Devine and Robbie Ure down

Young Scottish striker Robbie Ure – who is also eligible to play for Ukraine internationally – made his debut in the win over Queen of the South and opened his Rangers account within 10 minutes.

The striker, who is yet to receive a Scotland call-up at any level, showed his striker’s instinct to fire Rangers into the lead against the Doonhammers and the latest reports suggest the Gers hope it’s the first strike of many.

According to Football Insider, Robbie Ure represents the second academy youngster Rangers hope to tie down on a new Ibrox deal in the coming weeks.

The 18-year-old striker – like Adam Devine – will see his current deal expire at the end of the season and Rangers are clearly determined to protect the futures of their best young assets.

Both players are certainly catching the eye at Ibrox and let’s hope that Rangers can get both Adam Devine and Robbie Ure tied down on new deals and they can both continue their development by making a larger impact at the club.

Meanwhile, a leading Rangers club insider has dropped a major hint regarding the future fee attached to a loanee taking Ibrox by storm.

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