Bournemouth midfielder Emerson Hyndman has completed his loan move to Rangers, the Premier League side have confirmed.
The USA international flew into Glasgow over the weekend for discussions with Gers boss Mark Warburton.
Now a deal which will see the 20-year-old join up with the Light Blues for the remainder of the season has been agreed.
And the Ibrox club are also hopeful that they can conclude another loan swoop for Arsenal's Jon Toral.
Talks with Toral are ongoing but Gers are confident the move will go through and they hope to unveil both players on Tuesday.
Hyndman was part of the Cherries side who suffered a shock FA Cup exit at the hands of Sky Bet League One outfit Millwall on Saturday but it was just his third outing of the campaign.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe signed the three-time capped Texan from Fulham this season but has yet to give him a taste of Premier League action.
Toral, meanwhile, has returned to Arsenal after a frustrating loan stint with Spanish side Granada.
The Spanish midfielder has taken on Barcelona in the Nou Camp this term but that was one of just six appearances he has registered for the LaLiga side and Arsene Wenger believes swapping southern Spain for Scotland will benefit the 21-year-old more.
Asked whether the move to Warburton's side would benefit Toral, Wenger told the Metro: " Yes, because he has played games there (for Granada) but at the moment he doesn't play and personally I think it would be a good transition for him."