A host of Premier League sides are interested in Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara to the tune of £10m, according to a report.
90min.com are claiming that Sheffield United, Crystal Palace, Everton, Newcastle and Southampton are interested in the Finnish international, along with Championship Norwich and Brentford.
The report claims the midfielder is hot property with Russian outfit Dynamo Moscow, Ukrainian club Dynamo Kyiv and French outfit Marseille expressing an interest in the player.
Rangers signed Kamara for a reported £50k in January 2019 after the former Dundee midfielder had originally signed a pre-contract at Ibrox.
If the report’s claims of £10m interest are legitimate this is 20 times the amounts the Ibrox club paid for the former Arsenal academy graduate and would represent some fantastic business.
Rangers are known to be in the hunt for another midfielder with Steven Gerrard admitting he wants to add another player to the “engine room” [Daily Record].
Selling Kamara could fund moves for the likes of Bongani Zungu, the South African midfielder with whom Rangers have reportedly been in negotiations with for weeks [Scotsman].
Kamara, 24, has impressed in spells at Ibrox and has shown a unique ability to retain possession and recycle the ball in the middle of the park.
The gangly midfielder is often a composed and relaxed presence in midfield but there is a sentiment at Rangers that the club lacks a powerful box-to-box type midfielder who passes the ball forward.
But if Kamara was to go, would Rangers also have to replace the Finn with a more defensive-minded midfielder too?