New Rangers recruit Sam Lammers revealed he was impressed with Michael Beale’s ‘vision’ for Rangers when he paid him a visit in Italy.
The Dutch forward was speaking during pre-season training after sealing a reported £3 million move from Atalanta to Ibrox last month and he believes that the style of his new club suits his game.
Lammers said: “I think it’s a big challenge but a good one. I think the style of Rangers fits me. I think the fact that normally we should be the better team every game fits me really well because I’m a player who loves to be on the ball.”
“The trainer (Michael Beale) played a big part in it as well, he came to visit me in Italy and he has really clear vision of what he wants with his team and with me in the team. It’s only positive thoughts right now.”
The 26-year-old also insisted that he doesn’t see himself as a direct replacement for the departed Alfredo Morelos but offered fans insight into his own game:
“I think I can play more roles in the system of the manager. I’m not here to replace anybody. I’m just myself. I’m my own player. I’m trying to be a key player for Rangers this season.’