There has been an update in regards to the future of on-loan Glasgow Rangers striker Florian Kamberi.
The ‘Gers signed the 25-year-old on a temporary basis in January and the forward proceeded to score one goal and provide two assists in nine games. The season was cut short, meaning he couldn’t make more of an impression at Ibrox. Where he will be playing next year is up in the air, with uncertainty as to whether the 54-time Scottish champions will take the opportunity to sign him permanently.
Football Insider have provided an update, saying that Kamberi wants to make the move permanent and that he wants the deal to be done next month.
Would you like to sign Kamberi permanently?
This has led to plenty of reaction from some ‘Gers fans, who have now taken the chance to discuss whether they would like to see him stay beyond the end of this loan spell. One supporter feels that the on-loan forward has been even better than Ianis Hagi, scorer of three goals and supplier of two in 12 games after his January move to Ibrox. Another suggested using the peripheral figure of Brandon Barker as bait to secure a permanent deal.
These ‘Gers fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below:
Played better than hagi tbh
— Raiden (@Raiden10831906) May 29, 2020
Would take him in heart beat he’s different 2 what we have n came on n changed games wen got chance
— cecelia jones (@cesjones2502) May 29, 2020
250k no higher and I would push it through. Give them barker
— Oleg KENsnetzov (@Kennyw19K) May 29, 2020
Nowhere near good enough.
— RodTheProd (@RodProd16) May 29, 2020
I’d take him. Let stewart go. When hes came on in games hes given the team an instant boost. One thing we need is a player that shows alot of heart. He has that in abundance.
— Jamie Whiteford (@JamieWhitefor10) May 29, 2020
Love his passion but not sure on this one.
— James Moore (@NOTELINYI) May 29, 2020
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