AFC Bournemouth midfielder Emerson Hyndman has had his loan spell with Scottish club Rangers cut short.
The Cherries midfielder, a summer signing from Championship club Fulham, made the move to the Scottish Premiership side in January.
The United States international impressed during his spell in Scotland, scoring four times in 17 appearances and winning the Young Player of the Year award.
But an injury has seen his season end early and he will now return to Dean Court for treatment.
A brief statement on rangers.co.uk said…
‘Everyone at the club thanks Emerson for his contribution and wishes him all the best for his future at his parent club.’
Emerson and Jack
Hyndman sent back to cut cost and AFCB have better medical facilities. He will be an AFCB player next season, had an eventful loan.
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