Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has proven to be one of the transfer bargains of recent times after his £50,000 move from Dundee in January – and despite picking him up so cheaply, a new report claims there is no sell-on clause due to Dundee as part of Kamara’s move.

The Finnish international has been linked with an £8million move away from Ibrox next month and many expected that the Gers would have to pass on a portion of the fee to the Dens Park club.

ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - NOVEMBER 28: (L-R) Jens Toornstra of Feyenoord, Glen Kamara of Rangers FC during the UEFA Europa League match between Feyenoord v Glasgow Rangers at the Stadium Feijenoord on November 28, 2019 in Rotterdam Netherlands

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However, according to The Courier, that isn’t the case and Rangers will pocket every last penny when Kamara is eventually sold.

Gers boss Steven Gerrard said after the win over Hearts on Sunday that he wouldn’t be surprised at interest from “top clubs” in Kamara but rubbished suggestions Serie A giants Juventus were chasing his signature.

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“It wouldn’t surprise me if there’s top clubs looking at Glen – again he was outstanding, lovely to watch – and as a midfielder myself I really admire his bodywork and his shape, the way he receives the ball,” Gerrard said.

“He’s a very clever footballer and it wouldn’t surprise me if top clubs were monitoring him but there’s no truth in Juventus.”

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Rangers' Finnish midfielder Glen Kamara passes the ball during the UEFA Europa League Group G football match between Rangers and Porto at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland on November 7, 2019. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN / AFP)

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Kamara has been a near-constant feature in the Rangers side since arriving at Ibrox 11 months ago and would be a massive loss if he was sold in January.

While getting £8million for him would be very, very tempting for Rangers, the Finn can still continue to improve and add to any future transfer fee.

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