Report: Championship ace arrives at Ibrox ahead of imminent Rangers transfer
Jason Cummings flew into Glasgow today to sign for Rangers on loan until the end of the season, according to a report.
The Daily Record claims that his move will be announced shortly and the player will become Graeme Murty’s fourth signing of the season.
Cummings,22, left Scotland and Hibernian in the summer in a £1million transfer, hooking up with former-Rangers boss Mark Warburton at Nottingham Forest.
However, the move didn’t work out and he’s only scored four goals in 17 appearances.
Now it looks like he’s set to return to Scotland, but this time for Rangers, where fans will be hoping he recaptures the form that attracted Forest in the first place.
He scored 69 goals in 150 appearances for Hibs over four seasons, and now joins Rangers after Murty has already secured deals for Declan John, Sean Goss and Jamie Murphy.
Football Insider verdict:
This is another great bit of business by Rangers and it must be refreshing for fans to see these sorts of players turn up after some of the bizarre purchases made in the summer by Pedro Caixinha. Cummings is proven in Scotland, although not at the premiership level, and he’ll be desperate to prove that he can cut it in the top flight. We think he’ll find a lot of success under Murty at Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, the Gers are on the verge of signing this defensive warrior, but it may see a senior player quit Ibrox.
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