Last summer, Filip Helander left Rangers for Odense BK.

After his four years at Ibrox, he arrived in Denmark as a very experienced player, and by February this year he was given the club’s captain captaincy.

It turns out that as reported by Fotboll Skanalen, the player is struggling a little since his move from Rangers, and is on the verge of losing the armband.

It’s said that Odense are ‘not satisfied’ with Helander’s performances, and their football director Bjorn Wesstrom is quoted speaking to Fyens Stiftstidende about the situation.

“Filip Helander is going through a difficult period and I think it has to do with himself. When you have difficulty taking responsibility for yourself, it is of course difficult to be captain and centre back.

“It has been a lot for him. We are looking at whether we can get more out of him.”

Fotboll Skanalen even point out that Helander’s contract with Odense expires in the summer, which may be a hint that he’ll go somewhere else in the transfer window.

The defender, who had a long experience in Italy, arrived at Rangers in a €3.35m move from Bologna in 2019. In his seasons in Glasgow, he made 60 appearances, winning the Scottish Premiership in the 2020/21 season.

Now with him having a tough time, we’ll see what comes next for him in the summer. He’s 30-years-of-age, and should have a lot more to show… maybe somewhere else.