Florian Kamberi has departed the SPFL as he leaves Hibs for St Gallen in his native Switzerland.

The striker’s Easter Road career has came to an abrupt end after spending the last few months of his time at the club on loan at Rangers. He scored once in nine times whilst at Rangers.

Florian Kamberi spent time at both Hibs and Rangers whilst in Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He moves back to Switzerland on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee, with the deal including a sell-on clause. Earlier this summer, Kamberi was linked with a permanent move to Rangers, but nothing materialised.


Instead he’ll head back to Switzerland after 79 appearances for Hibs, scoring 29 times. Kamberi may even get to play Europa League football after St Gallen qualified for the Europa League last season following a second place finish in the Swiss Super League.

The forward was contracted until 2022 but didn’t figure in Jack Ross’ plans for the season ahead. Hibs started off their campaign with a 2-1 win over Kilmarnock at the weekend thanks to a Martin Boyle brace.

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