Rangers boss Michael Beale has rubbished claims that Finnish international Glen Kamara could be set for a move to Leeds United.

The Ibrox gaffer was speaking amid much speculation surrounding the future of the 27-year-old star, who has been the subject of intense exit reporting all summer long.

Currently training away from his teammates, Rangers boss Beale has previously confirmed that Glen Kamara will be leaving the club but it appears this will not be to Leeds United.

Speaking ahead of the Champions League QR3 second leg with Swiss outfit Servette, the Rangers boss addressed fresh claims the midfielder could be set for a switch to Elland Road.

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Quite simply, Michael Beale said: “There’s nothing in that one at this moment.”

This comes after fresh reports in the Yorkshire Evening Post claimed that Leeds United were once again “exploring the possibility” of signing Glen Kamara from Rangers.

The English Championship side are in the middle of trying to offload American midfielder Tyler Adams, who has seen a summer move to Chelsea collapse in the last week.

There is reportedly extensive interest in Glen Kamara from elsewhere, with £5.5m reports suggesting that any move will even up the Ibrox side’s transfer spending this summer.

Reputable Scottish journalist Chris Jack has provided the most clear update on Glen Kamara’s future as of late, claiming six clubs are interested in the player with no mention of Leeds United.

Claiming that the midfielder has options in Turkey, Denmark and France, the likes of Galatasaray, FC Copenhagen and Lyon have all been named as suitors.

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Whilst Glen Kamara is expected to move on from Rangers in the coming weeks, it does not look likely to be towards Leeds United as Michael Beale rubbishes the latest reporting down south.

The midfielder moved to Ibrox in January 2019 under the management of Steven Gerrard and has gone on to make 193 appearances for Rangers.

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