Ex-Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has made his first appearance for Leeds United in a Championship draw with Sheffield Wednesday.
The Finnish international, 27, came off the bench with only a few minutes to play as the two sides played out a 0-0 draw in the English second tier.
The midfielder was linked with a move out of the club all summer long and eventually got his return to English football.
Glen Kamara makes Leeds United debut
Glen Kamara came through the youth ranks at Arsenal and moves to Leeds United after six years in Scotland.
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After loan moves with Southend United and Colchester United, Glen Kamara signed for Dundee in 2017 following his release from the Gunners.
The midfielder then signed a pre-contract agreement with Rangers in the January of 2019 before signing for the club permanently for £50k in the same window.
Going on to make 193 appearances for Rangers, the midfielder’s form earned him a new contract in 2021 but since then there has been a downturn in the player’s performances.
Last season in particular Kamara struggled and now the player is looking to restart has career with Leeds United.
Rangers fans will follow the midfielder’s career closely and will wish him all the best down south but the last 12 months of his Ibrox career do leave a salty taste.
Many fans feel like the midfielder showed a lack of commitment and perhaps should’ve been moved on last summer rather than this one.
Whatever the case, Glen Kamara is now officially a Leeds United player and the midfielder has made his debut in the draw with Sheffield Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Rangers’ new look side continue to stutter with manager Michael Beale under pressure following the 1-0 defeat to Celtic.