Wigan Athletic are set to sign AFC Bournemouth midfielder Emerson Hyndman on a six month loan deal, according to a report from The Sun.
Cherries boss Eddie How is prepared to let Hyndman leave the club on loan in order to improve his experience with first team football.
He is rated highly at the Vitality Stadium, and Howe plans to integrate him in to the team if his move to the Latics goes successfully.
Hyndman joined SPL side Rangers in the January transfer window of 2017 on a short term loan deal, and he impressed during his time at Ibrox.
He made 13 appearances during his stay in Scotland, scoring 4 goals for the Gers.
His impressive form was recognised by the Rangers faithful as he was voted as the club’s Young Player of the Year, despite only joining in January.
Since joining the Cherries in 2016, Hyndman has only made 1 appearance for the club, as he made his debut in the League Cup against League Two Morecambe United.
The midfielder has also represented the United States of America at a number of youth levels, as well as making 2 appearances for the senior team.
He made his senior debut for the USA in 2014, at just 18 years of age, but has made just 1 appearance since that day.
Having won promotion back to the Championship at the first time of asking, Wigan will want to keep the momentum going in to next season.
Hyndman would be a smart addition by Paul Cook as he looks to consolidate the clubs place in the second tier of English football.