Rangers teenage sensation Myles Beerman has revealed that he looks up to Real Madrid duo Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo, and should he keep aspiring to be like his football heroes, he could very much be on his way to the very top.
The Malta international fullback is currently out injured and hasn’t played for the senior team this season.
Beerman arrived from Manchester City academy last summer after he was released.
The 18-year-old went ahead to make 8 appearances across all competitions and is held in high esteem at Ibrox due to his potential.
The Maltese recently sat down with Rangers TV for a chat, and when asked who his idols are, he replied: “I would say Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo.
“When they were young they were just normal kids, but if you look at them now, they are pure athletes and they have reached the top end of football.
“They worked really, really hard for everything.”
When asked about his strengths and weaknesses, Beerman revealed: “I’m quick and agile on the ball and I can get past players.
“I need to improve probably physically and also my defending.”
The teenager reminded everyone of his huge talents during a UEFA under-21’s qualifiers against Hungary in September, dummying 3 defenders before curling a superb shot beyond the reach of the goalie into the far corner of the net.
If he continues to score such screamers from such solo efforts, Beerman could start drawing comparisons to a young Bale.
The future is definitely bright for him, and his dreams of becoming one of the best players on the continent might just come true.