Midfielder reveals what PL boss thinks about Rangers manager Warburton
By Harvey Byrne
New Rangers signing Emerson Hyndman has revealed that Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe had no problems with the youngster moving north of the border due to Mark Warburton.
The 20-year-old midfielder completed a move to the Ibrox giants on Monday afternoon on a six-month loan deal.
He joins from the Premier League Cherries after struggling to receive any match time for Howe’s team this campaign.
But, Howe believes Warburton is the right man to help Hyndman progress and the USA international told of how highly the Bournemouth boss rates the Gers’ manager.
“I got Eddie Howe’s input before I signed,” told Hyndman to the official club website after signing.
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“He had no problems or worries with me coming here at all because he fully believes the manager here is very good and good with young players as well so he had no problems with handing me over to him.”
Hyndman has played just three times for Bournemouth this season after completing a move from Championship side Fulham in the summer.
Each of his appearances have come in the cup competitions and he even started in the 3-0 defeat against Millwall on Saturday.
However, he is considered a bright prospect and has been capped once by the US national team at his early age.
Rangers fans will now be hoping that they can help him develop at the club as they also look to secure second place in the Premiership table.
The Scottish giants will face Motherwell in the Scottish Cup next before taking them on again a week later in the Premiership.
In other Rangers news, fans reacted on Twitter to Hyndman’s purchase.