Major update on Rangers signing Kamberi permanently - Ibrox Sources
Rangers do not have a deal in place to sign Florian Kamberi permanently in the summer, Football Insider understands.
The strapping Swiss-Albanian centre-forward joined the Glasgow giant on deadline day in January on a loan deal for the rest of the season.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider there is no option to buy clause included in the transfer, unlike the winter window deal that temporarily brought Ianis Hagi from Belgian side Genk.
It is the same for the loan transfer of Greg Docherty, who moved to Hibernian in part-exchange for Kamberi.
Both players have made a big impact at their respective loan clubs.
Kamberi led the line impressively for Rangers as they defeated Braga to reach the Europa League last-16, and followed that up by scoring his a brilliant first goal for the club in a 2-2 draw with St Johnstone.
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The 6ft 2in front man’s arrival has coincided with a wretched run of Rangers results that have virtually ended their hopes of ending their trophy drought this season.
But his seven appearances for the Light Blues have showed he has plenty to offer the club as an alternative to Alfredo Morelos and the injured Jermain Defoe.
Kamberi is an orthodox striker who scored eight goals in 27 appearances for Hibernian this season.
He was even more effective in his debut campaign last term, when his 43 matches yielded 13 goals and seven assists.
At his loan club, Kamberi has scored one and assisted once in seven matches and came off the bench after 63 minutes as a replacement for Hagi to help Rangers to a 1-0 win at Ross County yesterday.
In other Rangers news, it can be REVEALED that the club have slashed the asking price of star man as overhaul to begin.