Jamie Barjonas has been unveiled as Ian McCall’s latest Partick Thistle signing as the midfielder moves from Rangers.
The youngster has made nine senior appearances for Rangers. He has also spent time out on loan at Bury and Raith Rovers, making 19 appearances with Rovers last term.
He has played every game in Rangers Colts’ Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup tilt this season, helping them reach the semi-finals. Barjonas will stay at Firhill until the end of the season.
It’s another Rangers youngster who’s ended up at Firhill. Cammy Palmer spent the first half of the season with the Jags whilst Zak Rudden recently swapped Govan for Maryhill on a permanent deal.
Lewis Mayo has been linked with the Jags in recent weeks but McCall has dismissed that rumour. Barjonas could make his debut this week when McCall’s men travel to Gayfield to face Arbroath.
He’ll add options to a midfield that already includes the likes of Stuart Bannigan, Reece Cole and another new acquisition in Darian MacKinnon.