Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has been told “hold your horses” by Chris Sutton over a potential move away from Rangers following reported interest in the Finnish international.

Sutton thinks that Kamara needs to impress for longer before he thinks about moving on from Rangers, saying the former Arsenal youngster has only “been in the door five minutes.”

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 02: Pundit and ex-Celtic player Chris Sutton looks on prior to the Betfred Cup Final between Celtic and Aberdeen at Hampden Park on December 2, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Kamara only joined Rangers in January but has been one of the best pound-for-pound signings at Ibrox in years after only costing £50,000 from Dundee – where, in a rare show of positivity towards someone at Rangers, Sutton was also impressed by him.

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“My view is do it for longer. We’re judging him and yeah he was good at Dundee and he moved to a big club in Rangers, but he’s only been in the door five minutes,” Sutton told Ladbrokes Social Club.


“Hold your horses, that’s my feeling.”

Leeds are the latest club to be linked with a move for Kamara with Premier League sides also reportedly looking at making a move for him.


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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Gers boss Steven Gerrard confirmed that there have been scouts watching him recently but with the Gers looking like they are on the cusp of doing something special, it’s hard to see why he would want to leave.

Another season or two at Ibrox working under one of the best players of his generation in the position Kamara plays can only help the Finn become an even better player and hit the heights expected of him when he was a kid at Arsenal.

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