Dutch Side Utrecht Eyes Sam Lammers as Potential Rangers Exit Route

Rangers’ forward, Sam Lammers, who has faced challenges adapting to the Scottish Premiership, appears to be on the verge of a career-saving opportunity with Utrecht. Despite his promising arrival at Ibrox in the summer, the Dutchman’s performance has fallen short of expectations, prompting discussions about a potential loan move back to his homeland.

Michael Beale secured Lammers’ services for Rangers in the summer for a reported £3.5 million, bringing the versatile forward from Serie A side Atalanta. However, the 26-year-old has struggled to make a significant impact, finding the back of the net only twice this season, with his last goal recorded in November during a 5-0 victory over Dundee.

With manager Philippe Clement keen on reshaping the squad during the Scottish Premiership hiatus, reports from Holland suggest that Lammers could be surplus to requirements. Despite signing a four-year deal just last summer, there are indications that a loan move might be on the cards for the struggling attacker.

AD/UN and De Telegraaf are both reporting that Utrecht is actively pursuing a deal with Rangers for a potential loan until the end of the season. Even if the arrangement is temporary, it seems unlikely that Lammers has a long-term future at Ibrox, signaling a potential parting of ways.