By Wayne Veysey

9th Jan, 2017 | 4:12pm

Done deal: Playmaker signs after Bournemouth agree terms

By Alex Stevens

Midfield ace Emerson Hyndman has joined Rangers on loan from Bournemouth, it was announced on Monday afternoon.

The USA international, 20, has made the move to the Scottish giants on a six-month deal after failing to command a regular place in Eddie Howe’s side.

The official Rangers website and Twitter account heralded the arrival of Hyndman for the remainder of the 2016-17 campaign.

Hyndman joined Bournemouth last summer on a four-year deal after his contract had expired at Fulham but has been unable to force his way into the Premier League team.

The playmaker has made just three appearances for the Cherries, amounting to 87 minutes of first-team action.

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Nevertheless, Hyndman is regarded as an outstanding young talent and has been described as “phenomenal” by former USA manager Jurgen Klinsmann.

The former Fulham midfielder was handed his international debut by Klinsmann at the age of 18 and has accumulated three senior caps.

The Texan-born midfielder signed for Fulham aged 15 in 2011 and eventually went on to sign a professional deal at the age of 17. In total, he made 28 appearances for the west Londoners before quitting last summer.

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