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Sam Lammers opens up on early days at Rangers

Dutch forward Sam Lammers is beaming with enthusiasm about his early days at Rangers after joining from Atalanta this summer.

The 26-year-old has seamlessly integrated into Michael Beale’s squad, featuring prominently in domestic and European competitions.

Ahead of Rangers’ forthcoming clash with Aberdeen at Ibrox, Lammers took a moment to reflect on his transition to life in Glasgow. 

He said (via Rangers’ official website): “I’ve settled in well. It’s a beautiful club, and I’m happy to be here. I want to be really important for the team and get better every week.”

Lammers is known for his versatility in attacking positions and discussed his preferred style of play, emphasising his love for freedom on the pitch.

“I’m a player that likes freedom,” Lammers added. “I played on the right-hand side in the last game with the freedom to come inside.

“I’ve played as a striker before, and I can play as a false striker behind the forward line, so I can play in a number of positions.”

The former PSV Eindhoven forward wants to play in an attacking and creative system.

“The main thing is that I want to be free to move into spaces to receive the ball facing their goal,” he said.

“The manager likes his attacking line to be free, to move and be creative, which is a player that I am.”

Rangers fans will hope to see more exciting performances from Lammers as they strive for success in domestic and European competitions.

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