Emerson Hyndman could join two ex-Gers at MLS champions - report
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Emerson Hyndman could join two ex-Gers at MLS champions - report

Former Rangers midfielder Emerson Hyndman is in talks over a move to join ex-Gers Carlos Bocanegra and Frank de Boer at MLS champions Atlanta United, according to a report.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the 23-year-old could leave Bournemouth to join Atlanta with the clubs in negotiations over a deal for the midfielder.

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Hyndman spent six months on loan at Ibrox in 2017 and impressed in spells before returning to the Cherries.

During his time at Ibrox, he made 17 appearances, scoring four times as the Gers struggled through a tumultuous period following Mark Warburton’s resignation and Pedro Caixinha’s appointment weeks after Hyndman signed.
A move to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium would see him working under two ex-Gers with Carlos Bocanegra currently technical director and Frank de Boer managing the Five Stripes.
Atlanta currently sit fourth in MLS’ Eastern Conference – six points off leaders Philadelphia Union.
Hyndman also spent time in Scotland with Hibs but struggled to live up to expectation and it now looks as though he could be returning to his homeland.

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The Dallas-born midfielder moved to the UK to sign for Fulham before being signed by Bournemouth in 2016.
With two senior caps to his name, Hyndman has been a regular in the US national teams through the various age groups but has struggled to cement his place in the senior set-up.