Florian Kamberi has completed a season-long loan move to English League One club Sheffield Wednesday after time at Aberdeen.

The striker scored once in 14 appearances during a six-month loan spell at Aberdeen last season. Kamberi left the Scottish Premiership in the summer of 2020 to join Swiss side St Gallen from Hibs. He moves to Sheffield Wednesday for the 21/22 term.

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Moving to Sheffield Wednesday. (Photo by Scott Baxter/Getty Images)

A statement reads: “Wednesday have completed the signing of Florian Kamberi on a season-long loan from Swiss top-flight side St Gallen subject to international clearance.

“The forward becomes the Owls’ latest signing of the summer, joining Dennis Adeniran, Olamide Shodipo, Jaden Brown, Jack Hunt, Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Lewis Wing in moving to S6.

 

“The Albanian striker spent last season on loan with Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership, helping the Dons to a fourth-placed finish. In March this year, the striker earned his first call up for the Albanian national team ahead of three World Cup qualifying matches.”

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