Rangers star linked with £10m summer move ‘interesting Serie A club’

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Rangers star linked with £10m summer move ‘interesting Serie A club’

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is reportedly interesting Serie A outfit Salernitana after summer exit links failed to come to fruition.

There have been questions about the commitment of the 27-year-old Finnish international this season after several key players close to Glen left in the last window.

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Rangers have also been using Glen Kamara sparingly as of late and with the player contracted to Ibrox until 2025, the ex-Dundee midfielder stands out as amongst the biggest sellable assets in the squad.

Now, Glen Kamara is being linked with a move to Salernitana in Italy and a potential link-up with former Ibrox loan midfielder Lassana Coulibaly.

The Malian midfielder is currently plying his trade at the Italian club and according to the latest reports another Rangers-linked star could be about to join him.

Rangers’ Glen Kamara linked with Salernitana move

Salernitana have been linked with Glen Kamara by Tutto Salernitana in Italy ahead of the January transfer window and it certainly comes at an interesting time in the Finnish international’s Ibrox career.

Kamara has been open in his ambitions to play at a higher level than the Scottish Premiership in the past, whilst there was even talk of a fall-out with Giovanni van Bronckhorst in the wake of the 1-1 draw with St Mirren.

Whilst Kamara’s lawyer denied this was the case, Glen was substituted at half-time and Rangers did go on to slip up in the match.

Rangers also almost cashed in on the midfielder in the late stages of the summer transfer window amid strong £10m links to Ligue 1 side OGC Nice.

Many Rangers fans had expected the midfielder to leave but for whatever reason Glen Kamara stayed and now Salernitana appear eager to sign him from the Ibrox club in the coming weeks and months.

Interestingly, the fact that Kamara deal collapsed also prevented Rangers from signing an alternative.