Cammy Palmer has returned to Rangers following his Partick Thistle stint, the Jags have confirmed.

Palmer joined the Firhill club during the summer. He showed his potential in flashes across 20 games in red and yellow. His loan was only in place until this month though.

McCall has come to a decision on Rangers loanee Palmer. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

It left Thistle and Rangers with decisions to make about his future. With strong competition in midfield at Firhill, it has been agreed that Palmer’s development won’t continue at Firhill.

Over his time there he contributed one goals and two assists. Palmer did make seven 90 minute appearances for the Jags, so it’s clear that Thistle did rate him, despite opting not to extend his loan.


Speaking fondly about the Gers youngster, McCall said in a Thistle statement: “It was a really tough decision to make about Cammy but I felt that he was a very similar type of midfielder to what we already have.

Explaining the loan call. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

“He was a positive presence within the dressing room and he has a big future in the game. He has been a pleasure to work with over the last few months and is a credit to himself and Rangers Football Club.”

Thistle’s next match will be a big one against Dundee United. A win in this Firhill battle would fully prove their Premiership play-off credentials and bring them potentially four points outside of these places.

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