Centre-forward Florian Kamberi was on loan at Glasgow Rangers for half of the last season, and the latest news coming from Hibernian seems to suggest he will be allowed to leave his current club in the summer which could open up a potential return to Ibrox.
According to his manager Jack Ross, per the Daily Record, Kamberi “remains a Hibs player obviously because he’s contracted for another season but he’s not been part of any of our plans for pre-season or played in any games.”
“He won’t be part of my plans for the season so we need to find a solution for both parties as soon as possible. The sooner that’s done, the better for Florian as a player and for us as a club.”
The Daily Record do go onto say that Steven Gerrard was interested in the player earlier in the window.
For Hibernian, the £630k-valued 25 year-old has a very decent goalscoring record, as he has played in 84 games in all competitions scoring 30 goals and picking up 13 assists, per Transfermarkt.
However his brief loan spell under Gerrard didn’t go as he would have hoped as he only played nine times in all competitions and was only in the starting eleven twice. During these appearances he picked up one goal and one assist and it highlights he never really excelled in his short time at the club.
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