Nottingham Forest striker Jason Cummings would cost Rangers £1 million to buy in the summer, according to the Daily Record.

The 22-year-old striker is currently on loan at the Scottish Premier League side and can make his move permanent at the end of the season.

Cummings has impressed since joining Rangers in January. He has scored 8 goals in all competitions since making the switch to Ibrox.

He joined Championship side Nottingham Forest in the summer from Hibernian for an undisclosed fee but struggled to get regular game time at the City Ground. He played 14 times, with many appearances coming off the bench, and managed to score just once in his few months at Forest.

Cummings played for Hutchinson Vale and Hearts as a youngster before moving to Hibernian in 2014. He went onto play over 100 games for the Edinburgh side and was prolific for them in their three seasons in the Scottish Championship, scoring over 20 goals in all competitions for three campaigns running.

There is no doubt that, despite only being 22, he is proven in Scotland. His future in England and with Nottingham Forest is uncertain and it is yet to be known whether he is in Aitor Karanka’s plans for next season. A move to Rangers on a permanent deal could be in the pipeline for just £1 million, which Rangers fans will be hoping comes to fruition.


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