Sam Lammers’ Departure From Rangers Should Be Made Official Today – Report

Sam Lammers is poised to bid farewell to Rangers and make a move to FC Utrecht, with the official announcement expected on Wednesday, January 10, as reported by Tutto Mercato Web. The Dutchman’s loan exit to Eredivisie has been confirmed, with contracts ready to be inked.

Lammers’ stint at Ibrox, since his summer arrival, has been far from successful, both for the 26-year-old striker and for the Light Blues. Despite the initial anticipation surrounding his £3.5 million signing in June, the Dutchman managed to find the net only twice during his time with Rangers.

The recent loan acquisition of Fabio Silva from Wolves further limited Lammers’ chances on the field, making his departure from Rangers a logical next step. The reduced playing time added to the disappointment of his time in Scotland.

It seems that none of the parties involved, including Michael Beale, who orchestrated Lammers’ signing, have reaped the intended benefits. The £3.5 million investment in the striker, as reported by the Daily Record on June 15, has not lived up to expectations.

While there were glimpses of Lammers’ skill, notably showcased with impressive touches on the ball and a stunning goal against Dundee on November 1, these moments proved to be rare highlights in an otherwise underwhelming tenure.

Criticism mounted against Lammers as he struggled to assert his presence on the pitch, with accusations even surfacing that teammates were deliberately sidelining him during matches. Pundits, including Michael Stewart, weighed in on the perceived lack of involvement and impact from the Dutchman.