Nathan Patterson has left Rangers-fan OnlyFans model Lana Wolf "heartbroken" after departing from the club.
The 20-year-old's transfer exit from Ibrox to Premier League outfit Everton was confirmed by both teams this week.
And adult star Lana has joined many fans in claiming the news is the first time she has ever had her heart broken.
But in a clip shared on her TikTok, she cheekily added: "Only joking I’m happy for him to smash it out there although I wish he’d smash me first."
She later said on Twitter: "All the best of luck to you our wee Nathan. We will be keeping an eye out and following you on your journey out there."
Patterson ended his time as a Rangers player with an emotional Instagram post and the words: "We are the People".
The defender was a fan of the Light Blues since a boy and spoke of his excitement about breaking into the team where he spent a successful 13 years.
He vowed to return to Ibrox to stand with fans as he thanked coaches and his former team-mates who helped him to this stage.
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In a statement, he said: "It is hard to put into words what Rangers Football Club means to me, but I'll try.
"The day I made my debut was the best day of my life. The day we won number 55 will live with me forever.
"It took a lot of hard work and dedication to make it this far, and I hope every Rangers supporter knows I gave absolutely everything for the club for the past 13 years.
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"I am one of you, a fan, who was lucky enough to play for the cub they love. Thank you to my family for the sacrifices you made for me.
"Thank you to Steven Gerarrd, Steve Clarke and all their coaches for having faith in me and helping me realise my ambition for cub and country.
"Thank you to every coach from under-08s onwards who gave me their help and guidance along the way.
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"And thank you to my agent, Grant Smith, who has believed in me and supported me from day one.
"I will always support this great club and I wish Gio, his coaches and my friends – the players, all the best this season and beyond.
"I will be back in the future with the supporters in the stands, cheering on the team.
"I arrived here as a boy with a dream, I leave as a man with the most amazing memories.
"Thank you, for everything, Nathan.
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