Alan Hutton has tipped Rangers to revisit a move for Hibernian striker Florian Kamberi later on in the transfer window after his loan spell at Ibrox.

The former Gers defender and boyhood Bear, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, believes Steven Gerrard will keep the 25-year-old in mind if his other transfer plans fall through.

The Daily Record report that Hibs are prepared to let Kamberi go for £150,000, the same six-figure fee that they spent to sign him from Grasshoppers back in July 2018.

While Hutton admits he does not think a deal is on the table right now, he believes Rangers will come back in for him if they fail to secure their other targets.

Hutton told Football Insider: “I think they were talking about £150,000 and in terms of football, even today, it is a bargain.

“I think he came in and did well when he was called upon. If I’m honest, I don’t see it happening right now, I think Rangers will have other targets in mind that they will want to go for. 

“I do believe Gerrard trusts him and it’ll be one that could happen later on in the window. If things don’t work out quite the way they planned and he’s available, I think it’s something Rangers would go back and try and do later on.” 

Kamberi played nine times and scored once for Rangers after joining the club on loan from Hibs back in January.

He has a total of 64 appearances and 18 goals to his name in the Premiership.

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