Rangers defender Adam Devine has joined Motherwell on loan until the end of the season.

The 20-year-old, who is a regular in the Scotland youth set-up, has made 11 appearances for the Ibrox side.

He has also had loan spells with Partick Thistle and Brechin City.

Speaking after the move was confirmed, Devine said: "I can’t wait to get involved. It’s a great club and everyone I have met has been excellent.

"The manager really sold the club and what he wants to do here and I can’t wait to be a part of that."

Fir Park boss Stuart Kettlewell added: "He has made appearances at first-team level for Rangers and has been a regular in the matchday squads, which I think shows he is highly thought of by Rangers.

“I hope he brings energy and enthusiasm. This is a chance for him to prove himself at this level and I look forward to working with him.”

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Meanwhile, Ryan Kent's proposed transfer to Lazio has reportedly "collapsed" as the former Rangers winger looks set to stay at Fenerbahce.

This is according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano who claims the deal is now off.

Kent joined Fenerbahce last summer but has struggled to make an impact, scoring just once and providing two assists across 15 appearances.

Writing on X, Romano said: "Ryan Kent’s move to Lazio has collapsed. Fenerbahçe have been informed."

It comes after the Englishman reportedly had his contract "frozen" due to rejecting several offers to leave during the January window.

Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq were also said to have struck an agreement with Fenerbahce for Kent, said to be worth £3.4m.

However, none of the moves have materialised for the player who hasn't featured in the first-team squad since November having been frozen out.

And that's not the only thing that's been frozen now, according to TRT Sports. They say that Fenerbahce has frozen Kent's contract after he knocked back the chance to move on in January, despite the club accepting offers.

Kent was a fans' favourite during his time in Glasgow. He was part of the 2020/21 Premiership title-winning side.

He also played a major role in helping Rangers reach the Europa League final in 2022.