Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is reportedly attracting interest from a host of Premier League sides after his stunning form this season for Steven Gerrard’s side, with the Finn said to be “relaxed” over his long-term future.
According to the Daily Mail, Brighton, Southampton, Burnley and Leeds United are all monitoring the Ibrox star with Championship Watford also apparently keen on a move for Kamara if they win promotion back to the Premier League.
Kamara has two years left on his Rangers deal and will land Rangers a massive fee if he was to be sold this summer – although with a return to the Champions League looming, it is hard to see why he’d want to leave.
This afternoon’s Premiership clash with Hibs should see Kamara make his 100th appearance for Rangers and it is hard to argue that he has been anything other than a huge success since moving from Dundee for £50,000.
The likes of Juventus and Arsenal have also been credited with an interest in Kamara in the past but nobody has made any concrete offers for him so far.
Rangers fans have been hopeful that Kamara will join the recent raft of players to be handed new deals at Ibrox and ward off any interest in the 25-year-old.