Premier League Bournemouth are set to activate a £20m Tyler Adams release clause as confusion reigns over Leeds United links to Rangers’ Glen Kamara.

According to BBC Sport, the Cherries are set to meet the USA midfielder’s exit clause at Elland Road with a deal to Chelsea falling through due to the Blues’ move for Moises Caicedo.

But as Leeds United prepare to lose an 11th player following their Premier League relegation, and bank £20m in the process, links to Rangers star Glen Kamara are now firmly up in the air.

Rangers manager Michael Beale rebuffed claims that Leeds United were at the forefront of the chase for the Finnish international, who will leave Ibrox this summer.

This comes amid extensive reporting surrounding the Elland Road club with Leeds fans looking towards Glen Kamara potentially now set to be let down.

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The Championship side are also not one of the six sides named by Chris Jack as being Glen Kamara suitors, with options in France, Denmark and Germany mulling over a £5.5m move.

But the fact that Michael Beale said there was “nothing in” Leeds United links to Glen Kamara “at the moment” has created an air of mystery around the deal.

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With the Yorkshire Evening Post having claimed Leeds United were interested in Kamara in the last week, there have been other murmurs contrary to Michael Beale’s comments.

The 4th Official has directly rebuffed claims from Michael Beale that Leeds United aren’t in for Glen Kamara as confusion reigns over the Rangers midfielder’s future.

With Leeds United now set to receive a £20m boost from the sale of Tyler Adams, should everything go to plan with Bournemouth’s interest, then the links to Glen Kamara are unlikely to go anywhere.

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Until the Finnish international’s Rangers future is decided there will still be plenty of chatter and whether Kamara moves to Leeds or anywhere else, it’s clear an exit is only a matter of time.

When that deal finally does go through, Michael Beale has also suggested that it’ll even up Rangers’ transfer spend this summer.

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