Premier League Bournemouth have announced the signing of Tyler Adams as Rangers wait on a potential Leeds United Glen Kamara domino.

USA international captain Adams, 24, has signed for the Cherries following Leeds’ relegation from the Premier League on a reported £20m deal.

Given the midfielder was very close to joining Chelsea before they eventually plumped for Moises Caicedo, it shows just how highly-rated the former Leeds star is.

But for Rangers fans following the transfer situation of Tyler Adams, the move to Bournemouth creates an air of intrigue around Glen Kamara and Leeds United.

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Tyler Adams to Bournemouth, Glen Kamara to Leeds?

Now with cash to burn as they hunt a replacement, there have been a series of links between Rangers, Glen Kamara and Leeds United this summer.

However, Rangers boss Michael Beale appeared to quash these last week when he claimed there was “nothing in” reports of a potential move.

Add into this the reappearance of Glen Kamara in Rangers training and suddenly the future of the midfielder appears to be in Glasgow and not Yorkshire.

However, as is always the case in transfer reporting, some journalists have been along to refute even the Rangers manager and claim Leeds are interested in Glen Kamara.

Fabrizio Romano claims Leeds “appreciate” the Rangers star and that Kamara has been the subject of discussions “internally”.

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Other reports have suggested that interest in Glen Kamara is coming from France, Denmark and Turkey over England everything remains up in the air.

With Tyler Adams officially completing his move to Bournemouth, the situation is set to come to a head with less than two weeks remaining in the transfer window.

Glen Kamara looks very far out of the Rangers side and with the Ibrox team looking to breathe freshness into their approach, the Finnish international is almost certainly on his way out of the club.

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