Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has admitted that the Gers are aware of clubs watching Ibrox midfielder Glen Kamara but thinks the Finnish international is in the “perfect” place.
Kamara has impressed since moving to Ibrox in January for a bargain £50,000 from Dundee and Gerrard wasn’t willing to but a price-tag on the former Arsenal kid who has been impressing recently.
The Gers boss is confident Kamara has the talent to succeed anywhere but insists that the midfielder is already at a “magnificent club” playing a style of football that suits him to a tee.
“I don’t put numbers on my players,” Gerrard told The Scotsman.
“We know he is getting watched now. And Glen can play at any level, with the right players and style around him. But the style we play is perfect for him. The system and the people around him. He is in a good place at a magnificent club.”
With a host of competition for places, Kamara is keeping Joe Aribo and Andy King out of the side to partner Steven Davis and Ryan Jack in central midfield.
The Finn might get a little overshadowed by his midfield colleagues but he is just as important to the success Rangers are after.
Unless someone is willing to pay a ridiculous fee for Kamara then there’s no need to sell or any real sense in moving on someone who is so integral to the team.