Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara looks out of the picture at Ibrox as the summer looms large and questions remain over a failed £10m bid during the tenue of Ross Wilson.

Gers fans are counting the cost of losing the club’s controversial sporting director to Premier League Nottingham Forest as Ross Wilson gears up for a return to English football.

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But amongst the biggest gripes the Rangers support had with Wilson was an apparent reluctance to let the club’s first-team stars go at the optimum time.

The biggest examples involve Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent, who are two of the club’s leading players but who are set to leave the club for nothing come the end of the season.

But it’s not just in the handling of contracts that Ross Wilson is grinding Rangers fan gears, as the situation involving Glen Kamara continues to frustrate fans.

Glen Kamara could leave Rangers this summer

The Finnish international midfielder, 27, was handed a new contract in 2021 but it doesn’t take a body language expert to suss out that maybe he’d rather be someone else.

Infamously signed for £50k in the January of 2019 – before Ross Wilson joined the club – the midfielder went on to become a vital part of the side who won 55 and reached the Europa League Final.

But now the player has found himself on the beach in Michael Beale’s squad as the emergence of Nicolas Raskin and Todd Cantwell shunt the underperforming midfielder aside.

You have to go back to the 3-0 victory over Livingston in February for Kamara’s last league start and the writing appears to be on the wall ahead of the summer window.

Rangers saw perhaps their optimum opportunity to sell the midfielder pass by as a reporter £10m switch to OGC Nice collapsed on deadline day of the summer transfer window.

Heading into next season, Michael Beale is clear he only wants hungry players who are ready to fight for the badge at the club and something tells us the Glen Kamara camp are ready to move on.

But fans are left thinking what might’ve been financially if Rangers had a more fluid outgoing transfer system with the seemingly wantaway ex-Arsenal kid probably set to move for a reduced fee.

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