Rangers midfielder Jamie Barjonas has signed a contract extension to remain at the club until the summer of 2021 as announced by the official Rangers website this evening.
Barjonas, who made his first-team debut under Graeme Murty in 2017, said of his new deal:
“This season has been good for me, I had a strong pre-season so the gaffer moved me up to the first-team and I am really enjoying every minute of it. To get the contract signed and stay for another year is brilliant for me and my family.”
He made the bench for the second leg of Rangers’ Europa League qualifier against St Joseph’s at Ibrox, but didn’t see any game time. He has, however, been in good form for the development and colt sides – scoring 1 goal and 1 assist in the Challenge Cup against senior teams.
Rangers fans congratulated the 20-year-old on his new deal on Twitter as the club made the announcement:
🆕#RangersFC can today announce that Jamie Barjonas has signed a new contract with the club.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) October 28, 2019
— Michael Seafarer (@MichaelSeafarer) October 28, 2019
Always see him in the first team training videos, must be close to getting game time
— BaldyBarisicLoyal💙 (@SuperScottyA) October 28, 2019
Great tying these youngsters down to new contracts, we also need to start getting them 1st team game time as well.
— Michael (@Ml19dy76) October 28, 2019
— Andy (@RockiesRanger) October 28, 2019
Congratulations Jamie. Keep up the good work.
— Stewarty0907 (@stewarty0907) October 28, 2019
And as expected…..
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All well and good but can he take penalties?
— . (@deano162) October 28, 2019