Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has opened up on rumours linking him with a stunning £8million move to Juventus or England – but insists that he doesn’t pay much too much attention to talk over his future.
The Finn is coming up on the end of his first year at Ibrox after a £50,000 move from Dundee last January and has been a key player for both club and country in that time.
After helping Rangers to the brink of the last 32 in the Europa League and securing Finland’s first-ever major finals place at Euro 2020, Kamara is just focused on his performances on the pitch.
“I guess it’s all rumours that come up in the newspapers all the time,” Kamara told the club’s official YouTube channel.
“I don’t really pay too much attention to that.
“I’m focused on Rangers and Finland – that’s my main focus.”
Kamara has made 40 appearances for Rangers since his move from Dens Park and has quickly established himself as a key player in Steven Gerrard’s side.
With Steven Davis missing against Young Boys, Kamara will need to be at his best in centre-midfield if the Gers are to reach the last 32 of the Europa League.
The Gers only need a single point to secure qualification and Kamara will almost certainly start alongside Ryan Jack and either Scott Arfield or Joe Aribo against the Swiss.