Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara could have a move to Leeds United impacted by a potential push for Gers-mad Kenny McLean.

The Gers may not do too much in terms of incoming business in the final stages of the transfer window.

Much of the business was done earlier in the window and Rangers may now focus on getting players out.

Ianis Hagi could move on whilst question marks surround the likes of Ben Davies and Scott Wright.

Then there is Glen Kamara, who has seemingly been poised to leave Rangers all summer long.

Michael Beale told the Daily Record in late July that Kamara was training on his own, seemingly paving the way for an exit.

Nearly a month on, Kamara is still at Rangers and time is running out for his potential departure.

Kamara isn’t in the plans at Rangers but one potential departure route is becoming a little tricky.

Leeds United could move on from Glen Kamara

The Daily Mail now report that Leeds United to still want Kamara, as has been rumoured for much of the summer.

However, the report also highlights that Leeds are now discussing a move for Norwich City midfielder Kenny McLean.

Forest boss Daniel Farke knows McLean from his time in charge of Norwich and may now chase a reunion.

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This would be quite the twist of fate given that McLean is a boyhood Rangers.

McLean admitted to The Athletic in 2021 that he grew up supporting Rangers and he even spent some time in the Ibrox youth ranks.

The 31-year-old didn’t make the grade at Rangers but has gone on to enjoy a fine career with St Mirren, Aberdeen and Norwich City.

McLean has been linked with Rangers for years but the move has never quite materialised.

Leeds could now pounce for McLean and leave his boyhood club Rangers in a sport of bother regarding Kamara’s future with the transfer deadline fast approaching.

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