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Cousin to become Rangers player for a second time

Rangers have confirmed that veteran striker Daniel Cousin will join the club this week.

The 35-year old Gabon international, who most recently dominated with homeland club Sapins, arrived in Glasgow on the weekend and joined in training today ahead of a return to 'Gers after departing the club for Hull City back in 2008.

"Cousin jetted into Scotland on Saturday morning and watched the side win 4-1 at Dunfermline," read a statement released on the club's official website.

"He was back at Murray Park this morning (Monday) where he trained for the first time.

"Now he is just waiting for some paperwork to come through and he will officially become a Rangers player for the second time."

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