Rangers talent Adam Devine has left Partick Thistle less than a month into his loan deal at Firhill.
Ian McCall signed the teenage Rangers youngster on loan at the start of March ahead of League One’s return to action. He was a substitute in the weekend’s 1-1 draw with Cove Rangers, Thistle now eight points behind league leaders Falkirk.
The Jags are back playing in the Scottish Cup this evening against Cowdenbeath but Devine won’t be involved. Rangers have recalled him and sent him on loan to League Two side Brechin City.
He is one of a host of Rangers academy products to have passed through Firhill under McCall. Lewis Mayo, Kieran Wright and Rhys Breen have all made loan moves to the Jags while Zak Rudden completed a permanent deal last season.
A Partick Thistle statement reads: “Partick Thistle can today confirm that Adam Devine has returned to Rangers with immediate effect. Adam returns to Ibrox with the best wishes of all at Firhill – the club would also like to take the opportunity to acknowledge the assistance of Rangers Football Club on this matter.”
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