Yesterday, Rangers confirmed that Kyle Bradley’s loan deal at Annan Athletic, has been extended.
The 19-year-old defender joined the Black and Golds back in September, for a short-term stint.
However, it appears that the move suited both parties. So much so, that the youngster will now be staying until May.

Bradley appears for Rangers during the Hong Kong Citi Soccer Sevens tournament in 2017. (Photo by Power Sport Images/Getty Images)
For Bradley, this has been a great opportunity to cut his teeth in senior football. For Annan, they get an up and coming Gers star to slot into their starting XI.
To date, he has
made 14 appearances in all competitions, helping his new team to reach fourth place in Scottish League Two.
Clean sheets have been hard to come by, but he has helped contribute to two in the last four outings.
Bradley has also shown versatility by operating in midfield on occasion.

What’s more, although he is yet to net for his adopted side, his disciplinary record is good. He has picked up just one yellow card, so far.
Rangers take on Annan at Galabank back in 2012. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
Joining Bradley at Annan, will be Academy goalkeeper Aidan McAdams. The 19-year-old also signs until the end of the season.
This is surely positive news for both young talents.

A loan spell in the fourth tier is hardly a glamorous assignment, but its the kind of move that can only help long-term development.
We’ll make sure to keep an eye on how they get on, between now and May.
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