Former Celtic striker Kris Commons thinks Rangers have landed a “class act” in Finnish international Glenn Kamara – and hailed his signing as the “best bit of business” the Gers have done all season.
Kamara originally signed a pre-contract to join the Gers this summer from Dundee but was frozen out at Dens Park as a result, leading to a deadline-busting move to Ibrox in January.
The Finn has been a stand-out since arriving at Ibrox and Commons thinks that if the Gers can sign a quality number 10 they’ll be heading in the right direction.
“The best bit of business Rangers have done all season is probably pinching Glen Kamara away from Dundee,” Kris Commons has told The Scottish Daily Mail (The Verdict, p16, 22/04).
“He really does look a class act in the middle of the pitch. He was excellent against Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday and if Rangers could go out and purchase a really technical number 10 with a bit of vision, they’d have the basis of a good midfield.”
Kamara has made 12 appearances for the Gers, scoring once and contributing two assists, and has wowed fans with his performances for the Gers.
After only costing the Light Blues £50,000, signing the 22-year-old is already proving to be an absolute steal.
If he can continue his impressive form then there’s a real possibility that the Gers will have an absolutely fantastic player on their hands.