Rangers are reportedly set to secure a loan deal to bring the Manchester City winger to Ibrox.
Mark Allen is set to make his first signing as Rangers’ Director of Football, and upon further inspection it looks an exciting one.
Not many Gers fans may have heard of Manchester City youngster Aaron Nemane, who the BBC report will join the Ibrox club on loan.
But having worked with the winger in his role as the Citizens’ Academy Director, Allen knows all about his talent.
In fact, Nemane’s ability became obvious in his very first game for City’s U18s, when he scored twice as a 14-year-old. And comments from Allen following that game show why Nemane is set to be a hit with Rangers fans.
Making a quick impact, bravery and an ability to cope with an environment he is perhaps not used to are traits that will stand Nemane in fantastic stead as he heads to Glasgow.
Pedro Caixinha’s side have endured a rocky start to the season, and already trail Celtic by five points in the Scottish Premiership table.
But if Nemane can show those three characteristics at Ibrox he will quickly endear himself to fans, while the odd goal to help close the gap to Celtic certainly wouldn’t go amiss either.