If missing out on Brazilian playmaker Evander wasn’t sore enough for Rangers fans, FC Midtjylland have been linked with Glen Kamara as a potential replacement.

The Gers were extensively linked with a move for Evander in the summer after banking those Champions League millions, which in turn raised expectations at Ibrox.

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But as the club failed to plunge, the links to Evander dried up and now the Samba star has signed a record-breaking £8.6m deal at MLS club Portland Timbers.

Given the finances involved, it’s hard to believe Rangers were ever seriously in contention for the Brazilian’s signature.

But Rangers’ position on the footballing food chain is set to be tested again this winter with reports in Denmark claiming that FC Midtjylland may well line up Glen Kamara to replace Evander.

FC Midtjylland linked to Rangers star Glen Kamara

There is much speculation surrounding the future of the Finnish international and these links are the latest attached to Glen heading into the winter window.

Tipsbladet in Denmark have tipped Glen Kamara to be amongst those considered by FC Midtjylland to replace Evander next month, with Morten Thorsby, Emiliano Marcondes, Jens Petter Hauge and Lasse Berg Johnsen also mentioned.

It all adds to the conversation around Glen Kamara, who continues to be linked with clubs across Europe heading into the January window.

Conversely, despite being a bit part player under Giovanni van Bronckhorst, the arrival of Michael Beale at Ibrox has also been tipped to galvanise Glen, with the Finnish star a key player under the previous regime.

Whatever the case, it promises to be an interesting transfer window at Rangers but despite the links, we’re not so sure that FC Midtjylland would be willing to splash out the sort of fee that the Ibrox club want for Glen Kamara.

The Danes aren’t the only ones being linked with interest also reportedly coming from Italy.

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