On Monday, U.S. MNT prospect Emerson Hyndman joined storied Scottish club Glasgow Rangers on loan from Bournemouth through the end of the season.
While the move should provide the 20-year-old a view towards more playing time, it also writes his name among a long list of American players to arrive on the blue side of Glasgow.
Take a look back at past MNT players that have suited up for Rangers.
Claudio Reyna (1999-2001)
After a number of years in Germany playing for Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg, Claudio Reyna made the move to Scotland in April 1999. Officially joining the club that summer, Gers’ original American signing made an immediate mark, scoring the decisive goal in the UEFA Champions League Qualifying series with Parma and went on to earn Scotland’s Player of the Month award that August.
WATCH: Reyna bags winner vs. Parma
Deployed mainly as a right midfielder and sometimes at right back, Reyna helped the club to the Scottish Premier League and Cup double in 1999-00 and went on to record 95 appearances and 11 goals across all competitions before joining Sunderland in January 2002.
DaMarcus Beasley (2007-2010)
DaMarcus Beasley transferred to Rangers from Manchester City in 2007, and like Reyna made an immediate impact in Glasgow when he tallied in a UEFA Champions League qualifier against FK Zeta that August. The goal made the veteran MNT winger the first American to score for two different clubs in the competition. His best game for Rangers came two months later when he assisted on the first two goals before tallying one of his own in a 3-0 win at Olympique Lyon on Oct. 2, 2007 (watch below).
WATCH: Beasley caps a great night in France
Beasley won four pieces of hardware with Rangers, helping the club to the 2007-08 Scottish Cup, back-to-back Premier League titles in 2008-09 and 2009-10 as well as the Scottish League Cup in 2009-10. He left for Bundesliga side Hannover 96 having recorded 46 caps and seven goals across all competitions.
Maurice Edu (2008-2012)
Maurice Edu joined Beasley at Rangers in 2008, moving from Toronto FC for a £2.6 million price tag. While it took some time to work into the side, he found a nice run of games towards the end of the 2008-09 season, scoring two goals within 11 days against St. Mirren and Hibernian that April as Rangers went on to win the Scottish Premier League title.
After dealing with injuries, much of the next season, Edu memorably scored a stoppage-time winner in the 1-0 victory in the Old Firm against Celtic on Feb. 28, 2010.
WATCH: Edu writes his name into Rangers history with winner vs. Celtic
A regular during his final two seasons with the club, Edu eventually moved to Stoke City in Aug. 2012, following Rangers’ relegation to the Scottish Third Division due to financial troubles. He left Glasgow with three Scottish Premier League winners medals (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11), two Scottish League Cup titles to go along with his 125 appearances and 12 goals across all competitions – the most for any MNT player at Gers.
Carlos Bocanegra (2011-2012)
Carlos Bocanegra joined Rangers from Ligue 1 side St. Etienne on Aug. 17, 2011, and made his debut for the club a day later in a UEFA Europa League qualifier against NK Maribor. Like Reyna and Beasley, Bocanegra also found his first Gers’ goal early on, scoring in the second leg of the Europa League qualifying series before the club eventual succumbed to the Slovenian side.
WATCH: Bocanegra scores first league goal for Rangers
Scoring two league goals during his first six months, Bocanegra became a fan favorite at Ibrox and even captained the side often during the second half of that season. Financial troubles at Rangers saw the club relegated to the Scottish Third Division that summer and he eventually left the club for Spanish side Racing Santander in Aug. 2012, having amassed 41 appearances and three goals across all competitions.
Alejandro Bedoya (2011-2012)
Alejandro Bedoya joined Rangers the same day as MNT teammate Bocanegra from Swedish side Örebro SK. Part of a trio of Americans that also included Edu, the up-and-coming U.S. attacker made 12 appearances and scored one goal for Rangers, tallying in a 5-0 win against Dundee United on May 2, 2012, when Rangers secured second place in the Premier League.
WATCH: Bedoya scores for Rangers vs. Dundee United
Like Bocanegra and Edu, Bedoya left the club that summer, signing a short-term deal with Helsingborgs of Sweden before heading to Ligue 1 side Nantes the following January.
Gedion Zelalem (2015-16)
The most recent American to grace Ibrox, Gedion Zelalem joined Rangers on loan from Arsenal in Aug. 2015 and played 21 matches as the club won the Scottish Championship, regaining a foot in the Premiership this season.
While Zelalem didn’t score for Rangers, during the semifinal of the Scottish Cup clash against Celtic, the U.S. youth international converted a clutch, sixth round penalty kick as they defeated their rivals 5-4 to advance to the final.