Reports claiming Florian Kamberi turned down a two-year deal at Rangers to sign for St. Gallen in Switzerland have been described as a “total fallacy” by a leading club insider.

Popular podcasters Heart & Hand have been given increased access to the Ibrox press box and confirmed with the club that the story is “100%” false.

Reports claiming Rangers offered a two-year deal to Florian Kamberi have been described as “total fallacy” by heart & Hand. (Photo by Jose Manuel Alvarez/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

H&H claim that Kamberi wasn’t offered a deal at all saying the club are not normally as “forthcoming” with such information.

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They also insist that “had they done anything they wouldn’t flatly deny it”.

The comments come after the Scottish Sun ran a report claiming that Kamberi, 25, turned down a two-year deal at Ibrox after an initial loan spell at Rangers last season.


They claimed that the frozen-out Hibs forward had opted for a move to Swiss Super League runners-up St. Gallen in his homeland instead.


That report came after the Edinburgh Evening News revealed that Hibs had accepted a bid for the striker who had burned his bridges with Hibs due to comments made about joining Rangers.

The fact Kamberi burned his bridges at Hibs by praising his move to Rangers as a “dream” is however not the stuff of total fallacy. (Photo by Ewan Bootman/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Striker Kamberi had described the January move as a “dream” in comments which angered the Hibs faithful.

However, contrary to some reports, Rangers do not believe the player did enough to warrant a full-time deal at Ibrox.

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