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Done deal: Attacker agrees terms with Euro club after Rangers deal ends

Manchester City attacker Aaron Nemane has left Rangers after his loan deal ended and has joined Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles, it has been confirmed.
Nemane had joined Rangers from Man City in August on a half-season loan that ended this month and on Sunday evening, Dutch side Go Ahead have announced his arrival on their official Twitter account.


Nemane made six appearances for the Gers during his time at Ibrox but failed to start a single game.
The 20-year-old also played a number of games for the Gers Under-20’s side as part of their ongoing ‘Academy Games’ programme as he continues his development away from Manchester City.
Go Ahead Eagles play in the Dutch second tier and currently sit 14th in the table.
Football Insider verdict
It’s no surprise to see Rangers deciding against extending Nemane’s loan after only a handful of appearances for the first-team. The 20-year-old looked far too lightweight for the physical Scottish game but will have learned a huge amount being a first-team player every day on the training ground and dealing with the expectations that come with being a member of the senior side. A move to the more technical Dutch leagues should suit Nemane and give him a decent chance to continue his development and improve as a footballer. Hopefully Man City don’t see loaning players to Rangers as a waste of time despite Nemane’s lack of first-team games.
In other Rangers news, the Gers have tabled a six-figure bid for this international attacker.
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