Flo Kamberi has thanked both Hibs and Rangers fans for their support throughout his time in Scotland after sealing a move to St Gallen this afternoon.

The Swiss striker departs Easter Road after being told he had no future at the club by manager Jack Ross. The revelation came after Kamberi's loan deal at Ibrox last season which he described as a 'dream move', irking Hibees supporters.

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It's been a quick 2.5 years in Scotland and now it's time for me to move on to a new challenge in my homeland. Thanks to everyone at @hibernianfootballclub for giving me the chance to live and work in a great city and to @rangersfc for the great opportunity and experience. A special thanks to both sets of fans for the great support. Good luck to both teams for the future.

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Having finally completed a move back home - despite Gers interest in re-signing him - Kamberi took to social media to praise both sets of supporters. He said: "It's been a quick 2.5 years in Scotland and now it's time for me to move on to a new challenge in my homeland. Thanks to everyone at @hibernianfootballclub for giving me the chance to live and work in a great city and to @rangersfc for the great opportunity and experience. A special thanks to both sets of fans for the great support. Good luck to both teams for the future."

Jack Ross had allowed him to head back home to Switzerland for some sunshine with the Scottish Premiership season kicking off the next day.

Steven Gerrard had considered moving for the ex-Grasshoppers star, but the signing of Kemar Roofe and Cedric Itten seemingly ended that. Itten, of course, joined Gers from St Gallen this week.