AFC Bournemouth midfielder Emerson Hyndman believes he can settle in quickly following his loan move to Scottish side Rangers.
Hyndman made the move to England from Major League Soccer side FC Dallas in 2011 aged just 15.
His debut for Fulham came in August 2014 and he made 28 appearances for the London club before he joined the Cherries in June 2016, signing a four year contract.
The 20 year old American made his first start for the Cherries on Saturday, during AFC Bournemouth’s 3-0 away defeat to League One side Millwall in the FA Cup, but less than 24 hours he was completing a loan switch to Rangers.
Rangers are managed by former Brentford manager Mark Warburton and Hyndman has revealed that it is because of him that he made the loan switch.
Hyndman told the Daily Record…
‘I think the two clubs have similar styles which makes it an easy transition and all the boys have helped me out on my first day.
“The philosophy here is the same as Bournemouth in the way that they like to press but when they have the ball they like to keep it in attack…’
‘…I got Eddie Howe`s input before I signed, 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…’
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