On-form Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is an £8m January target of Maurizio Sarri and European giants Juventus, according to a report.
The Scottish Daily Mail (01/12, back page) is claiming that the Serie A side are considering a move for the Ibrox star and Finland international.
Kamara’s performances for the Scandinavian nation and in Europe for Rangers have clearly caught the eye and the idea the Finn could move to Italy is one which will worry Rangers fans.
The former Arsenal Academy prospect is also reportedly being tailed by a host of Premier League clubs [Daily Mail], with reports suggesting Rangers want £8m for the midfielder [Herald].
It’s a testament to the progress Kamara has made since moving to Ibrox from Dundee in January for a reported £50k.
Should Rangers receive £8m for the player, it would be over 150 times the amount the club reportedly paid for him.
Kamara has been central to Rangers’ success this season and alongside Ryan Jack and Steven Davis is a starter in the Ibrox club’s midfield.
So much so that he is regularly keeping marquee summer signing Joe Aribo out of the side.
The talented star is also one of the main reasons why Finland have reached their first international finals and his performances during qualification certainly appear to have caught the eye.
Should Juventus come knocking, could Kamara resist the potential of playing alongside Ronaldo, Dybala and co?