Big name Premier League club 'keeping an eye' on outstanding Rangers midfielder - Journalist
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Arsenal 'keeping an eye' on outstanding Rangers midfielder - Journalist

Arsenal are ‘keeping an eye’ on Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara, according to Graeme Bailey.

Kamara had an outstanding 2020/21 campaign with the Gers, turning out 51 times in all competitions.

Kamara in Europa League action for Rangers against Royal Antwerp. (Photo by Herman Dingler/BSR Agency/Getty Images)

The 25-year-old impressed consistently against quality opposition in the Europa League and played a big part in delivering 55.


His exploits have attracted attention, with multiple Premier League clubs including Brighton, Southampton, Leeds United, Burnley and Watford all credited with interest in recent times [Daily Mail].

Now, another name can be added to his ever-growing list of admirers. Arsenal.

According to journalist Graeme Bailey, the Gunners are ‘keeping an eye’ on Kamara, as well as Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek and Ebrima Darboe of Roma.

It’s asserted that their main midfield target is Brighton’s Yves Bissouma, though, so for now, it doesn’t look like a move is imminent.

Kamara joined Arsenal as a youth player in 2012 and made one senior appearance for the North London club, but was eventually sold to Dundee in 2017 following loan stints at Southend United and Colchester United.

If the Gunners are rueing the decision to let Kamara go, it’s little surprise given his performance levels in recent times.

The Rangers midfielder has reportedly caught the eye of his old club Arsenal. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

He’s contracted to Rangers until 2023 and his value is only going to go up this summer as he has a big platform from which to impress at the Euros.

The silky midfielder strutted his stuff in Finland’s 1-0 victory over Denmark on Saturday and it would be a big surprise if bids didn’t flood in for him after the tournament.

In other news, a change to travel restrictions could cause major disruption to Rangers’ pre-season plans.

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