Deadline day saw one arrival and one departure at Ibrox. Across the UK, though, some clubs were a whole lot busier.
English League One’s Luton Town were one, and they announced the signing of ex-Rangers striker Jason Cummings, alongside two others.
Former Premier League defender, Alex Baptiste, and Aaron Connolly, from Brighton.

The Scotland international has six goals and five assists so far this season. (Photo by Chris Vaughan – CameraSport via Getty Images )
23-year-old Cummings spent the second half of last season at Ibrox, on loan from Nottingham Forest.
He made 15 league appearances for the Gers, scoring twice.
The forward’s best performance, though, came in the Scottish Cup Quarter-Final.
He scored a hat-trick that day, as Rangers swept aside Falkirk.

Cummings celebrates completing his Ibrox hat-trick back in March 2018. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)
However, he didn’t do enough during his few months, for the club to take up the option to award him with a permanent deal.
It seems he has no future at Forest either, as before this move to Luton,
he spent the first half of the season on loan at Peterborough United.
Although he started well for the Posh, his form went into rapid decline, ensuring he no longer warranted a started spot with the League One play-off hopefuls.
His stay at Rangers was short-lived. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)
His new side, Luton, are currently flying high at the top of that same division.
They will be hoping that the mercurial Cummings can provide the goals to guide them to the Championship.

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