As per The Scottish Sun, Florian Kamberi has not extended his loan spell at Glasgow Rangers and is still at Hibernian.
Kamberi joined the Gers on loan in January, and played nine matches for the club before the season was prematurely drawn to a close.
The Gers are still in the Europa League, for which Kamberi would still be eligible, and it had been said that an extension had been agreed (The Sunday Post via The Glasgow Times). Now, though, it appears that there is no desire from the Gers to keep him at the club until August, when they are due to play the second leg against Bayer Leverkusen.
The 25-year-old’s absence would leave the Gers light up front – they would not be able to bring another player in due to registration rules – but that is not necessarily a big blow considering his form before the campaign was stopped. He managed just one goal in those nine matches and, whilst he does offer something different as his two assists showed, he does not appear to have the overall quality to be a long-term Gers option.
Would you like to sign Kamberi permanently?
There has been talk of Steven Gerrard and co trying to sign him permanently, but even that would be money the 54-time Scottish champions could make better use of elsewhere. As the Gers attempt to stage an unlikely comeback against the German outfit, Kamberi’s situation is unlikely to have any impact.
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