Sam Lammers Drops Biggest Rangers Transfer Exit Clue Yet

Sam Lammers has dropped his strongest hint yet regarding a potential permanent move from Rangers to Utrecht this summer. The 26-year-old Dutchman, who joined Utrecht on loan in January, has made a notable impact, netting three goals in 10 starts for the Eredivisie club.

Lammers has previously expressed his openness to extending his stay beyond the loan period if the opportunity arises. His time at Rangers under Michael Beale was marked by challenges, and with Philippe Clement taking over, it appeared evident that a change might be on the cards for the forward.

Remaining somewhat guarded about his future plans, Lammers hinted at the possibility of staying at Utrecht, citing his fondness for the club and its supporters. In an interview with Cafe Galgenwaard, he stated, “If you ask about my future, I won’t be able to answer it. But it seems clear to me that I enjoy it here.”

He further added, “I am in the right place, yes. The supporters certainly matter to me. I really like to see that appreciation.”

These remarks indicate a growing inclination towards a permanent move to Utrecht, where Lammers feels a strong connection both on and off the pitch. As the Eredivisie season progresses, speculation surrounding his future is expected to intensify, with fans eagerly awaiting a resolution to his tenure at the club.