Rangers Striker Sam Lammers Draws Interest from FC Twente

Philippe Clement and Nils Koppen are facing a challenging task of finding a suitable destination for some of the Rangers players who are not in the club’s future plans. One such player is Sam Lammers, who impressed during his loan spell at Utrecht in the Eredivisie, scoring 11 goals and providing three assists in 20 games.

Despite Utrecht’s interest in retaining Lammers, FC Twente has emerged as a potential suitor for the striker. The technical director of Twente, Arnold Bruggink, hinted at their interest in Lammers but emphasized that they are not in a rush to make a decision.

On the other hand, Utrecht’s Jordy Zuidam expressed their desire to keep Lammers at the club, stating, “He is a very important link in our team, so we want to go far for him.”

Rangers hold a strong position in the transfer race for Lammers, having paid £3m to Atalanta for his services. With his impressive form in the Eredivisie, the Scottish club is expected to demand a significant fee for the striker’s departure.

If Rangers manage to secure a profit from Lammers’ sale, it would be a testament to Nils Koppen’s negotiation skills. The club is eager to finalize the deal swiftly to reinvest the funds into strengthening the squad further.

Overall, the future of Sam Lammers remains uncertain, but the interest from FC Twente adds another dimension to the ongoing transfer saga. Rangers will be looking to maximize their returns on the striker while ensuring a smooth transition in the squad dynamics.