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Mohamed Diomande insists Rangers price pressure won't see him buckle as repayment plan kicks in

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Mohamed Diomande insists he won’t buckle under the weight of his hefty £4.5million price tag as he looks to repay Rangers for handing him his big break.The midfielder signed a loan deal until the end of the season from Nordsjaelland last month but that will become a permanent transfer in the summer after Ibrox bosses agreed a fee with the Danish club.

The figure moves the 22-year-old into the top 15 most expensive signings in Rangers’ history. But the Ivory Coast U23 international – who was handed his full debut against Ayr in Saturday’s Cup victory – insists it doesn’t add an unwelcome burden to his game.“I wouldn’t say this is really a big pressure.," said Diomande. "Yeah, it is a big investment.

But I will just look at how I can develop myself and how I can help the team achieve what they want to achieve here.“The fans have been amazing.

When I made my debut and again at the weekend. They make me feel welcome. I hope I can give back to them.”After completing 60 minutes against Ayr – his first competitive start for three months – Diomande said: “It was tough.

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