Rangers star insists his 'head wasn't turned' during transfer saga
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Rangers star opens up on January transfer to Ibrox

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has insisted that his “head wasn’t turned” despite signing a pre-contract with the Gers while still at Dundee before eventually making a deadline-busting move in January.
Kamara was originally due to join the Light Blues this summer when his Dens Park contract ended but, after it was confirmed he was Ibrox-bound, he was frozen out of the Dundee side for several weeks while talks went on over his immediate future.

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Rangers eventually paid £50,000 for the Finnish international to sign him in the last transfer window, and Kamara admits that he understands why Dundee looked to sell him.
“They probably thought if they can get some kind of money for him they should let him go,” Kamara said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun.

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“I was still a Dundee player, so my head wasn’t turned.”
Kamara has been fantastic for Steven Gerrard’s side since moving to Ibrox and put in another impressive performance in yesterday’s win over Aberdeen.

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At only 22, Kamara can still improve and become a much better player under Gerrard and his Ibrox coaching staff.

The Rangers boss has previously called Kamara’s signing a “steal” and the former Arsenal youngster should have a massive part to play next season.

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