It appears that if Dundee are to let go of Glen Kamara this month, they want to bring in a Rangers player on loan, in return. 
Kamara has already signed a pre-contract, which means he will at join the Gers in the summer at the latest.
Yet, despite battling relegation, the Dee are apparently willing to let him go now.

Glen Kamara is swamped by his Finland teammates after scoring against Greece. (Photo by Antti Yrjonen/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Not without getting something in return, though.
Reports suggest that they have been unsuccessful with attempts to bring both Ross McCrorie and Ryan Hardie to Dens Park.
McCrorie was in excellent form before the winter break and appears willing to fight for his place, after the return of Steven Davis.

McCrorie was excellent against Rapid, Hibs and Celtic. (Photo by Josef Bollwein/SEPA.Media /Getty Images)

Hardie, did superbly on loan at Livingston in the early part of the season, before being whisked off to Tenerife, for the Gers’ mid-season training camp.
According to the report, he wasn’t too keen on a move to Dundee either.
Should he go back out on loan, a return to Livi would seem much more likely.
After the ‘Rangers Culture’ Twitter account picked up on the stories, Bears made their feelings clear on the rumoured Dundee bids.


There were a few suggestions of who the SPL’s bottom club could take, though.
Dundee are desperate to strengthen as they stare down the barrel of relegation, so they could come back again.

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