Rangers loanee Florian Kamberi could be on his way out of Easter Road after returning to Hibs after reports claimed the Leith side had opened talks over a move for the striker.
According to the Edinburgh Evening News, ‘clubs across Europe’ are chasing Kamberi with his career at Hibs looking like it is over.
Hibs paid £100,000 for the striker in 2018 after an impressive loan spell from Grasshopper Zürich which saw him score nine times in 14 appearances and he moved to Ibrox on loan in January – with Greg Docherty heading the other way.
Describing his move to Rangers as a dream, Hibs fans immediately turned against him and it looks certain to have ended any hopes of a return to Leith.
Kamberi only managed one goal in nine games for Rangers but he did impress with his performances for Steven Gerrard’s side – although it seems unlikely that he’ll be heading back across the M8 on a permanent basis.
There is still a possibility of Kamberi joining Rangers this summer though but with first-team chances likely to be limited, the Gers might not be willing to meet Hibs’ asking price for someone who won’t play every week.
With clubs in Germany, Poland and England all credited with an interest in signing Kamberi, it looks as though his stint at Ibrox has done his career chances no harm – even if it did burn some bridges in Edinburgh.