Rangers FC linked with move for former loan man

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It's going to be a big summer for Rangers FC.

Celtic have dominated Scottish football in recent years but the hope at Ibrox is that this is about to change.

Neil Lennon's side have hopes of making it 10-straight league titles - something that Steven Gerrard's side are determined to stop.

If they're to do that, Rangers will need to strengthen in the transfer market - something that they're already showing signs of doing.

While new faces are already being linked, it's a familiar one that could be heading for Ibrox.

Florian Kamberi is being tipped for a return to Rangers, according to Glasgow Live.

The Hibernian forward spent the second half of last season on loan in Glasgow where he scored one and created two in nine appearances.

Valued at £540k by Transfermarkt, the 25-year-old has been linked with a permanent return to the Scottish giants after detailing how much he enjoyed his time there.

While a move is far from being completed, pundit Noel Whelan has expressed that he believes that talks have already started.

Speaking to Football Insider, Whelan said: "“Hibs are still in the Scottish Premiership and they may want him back, they may feel that they need him next season.

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"They are under no obligation to sell.

“However, if Stevie G thinks he will improve their side then I am sure they will strike a deal as quickly as possible so that Hibernian have the money in the bank and Rangers have the player for pre-season.

“I am sure there is talks going on and Hibs may not be able to turn down the money.”

GIVEMESPORT'S Phil Spencer says...

This is certainly one to watch.

Florian Kamberi may not have been the star of the show last season, but he certainly showed signs of promise.

Steven Gerrard was a fan of what the Hibernian man brought to his side, and that's why a permanent switch could be something that's explored this summer.

It remains to be seen whether talks have started already, but it's certainly one that is likely to be assessed as Rangers prepare for a big season ahead.

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