Rangers are set to level the transfer balance sheet after Michael Beale hinted the sale of Glen Kamara to Leeds United would see the budget break even.

The likes of Fabrizio Romano have claimed that Glen Kamara’s move to Leeds United is now on with a deal expected to be completed before the window closes.

There is still time for both clubs to conclude a deal with the transfer expected to go through and the Gers to bank somewhere around £5m for the ex-Dundee star.

This – according to Michael Beale – would essentially even up the money spent on incoming transfers this summer and is a remarkable indictment of the club’s transfer business.

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Rangers have lost several high-profile players in the summer and signed a total of nine stars as things stand with Michael Beale’s new look side taking shape mid-transfer window.

Rangers set to even up transfer spend with Glen Kamara sale

The Rangers boss claimed last week that the Gers have spent £14m since he came back into the club – around £12.5m this summer – as the club bolsters their frontline in particular.

This came after Michael Beale had claimed that Rangers were “one away” from evening up the transfer budget from this summer.

Combine the fees received from the sales of Antonio Colak (£2.5m) and Fashion Sakala (£4m), as well as the cancellation of Malik Tillman’s loan option (£1m), and Rangers have already raised around £7.5m in transfer sales.

Add in the reported £5m deal for Glen Kamara and the club have achieved a rather impressive transfer equilibrium despite the substantial incomings invested in this summer.

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Rangers fans are also expecting the club to go back into the market ahead of the window closing with two positions in particular the subject of much scrutiny.

Many believe the club are a left-sided centre-back and attacking, winger-type option away from their full complement and all eyes are on Govan ahead of a busy week.

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