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Rangers new signing Jason Cummings is eager to make his debut at the Ibrox after securing a six month loan move away from Nottingham Forest.
The Scotland international could feature for Graeme Murty’s men this evening, as Aberdeen travel to face the Gers.
Speaking in a press conference, as quoted by the Daily Record, Cummings indicated his eagerness to start playing Scottish football again,
“I just cannot wait to get started, honestly. Aberdeen is going to be a big one. I’ll embrace it, that’s the best word,
“I’ll embrace it. I’m just going to embrace the full six months and we’ll see what happens after that.”
The former Hibernian star knows what it takes to succeed in the Scottish Premier League, having scored 55 goals in his 114 Hibs appearances, before making the switch to England.
The 22-year-old wants to be playing in an advanced role for the Gers, as he has in previous clubs, but appreciates the need to simply be playing,
“Everybody knows I’m and out and out striker, a goalscorer, a finisher. Hopefully I’ll be playing up front but if I’m on the pitch I can’t grumble.”
Cummings first chance to impress will be a hard one, as Aberdeen boast a stingy defence, with the third lowest goals conceded stat in the League, behind Celtic and Hearts.
In other Rangers news, the Gers have been handed a massive blow as a first team regular requires surgery to fix his injury.

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