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Rangers fans in stitches at parody claim Glen Kamara set for £15m exit

Rangers fans are in stitches at a parody transfer rumour account on Twitter which is claiming Ibrox midfielder Glen Kamara has agreed personal terms with Tottenham Hotspur.

A product of the Arsenal youth academy, Kamara has had a mightily impressive season at Ibrox and has now been impressing at the Euros with interest aplenty gathering around the midfielder.

Yes Rangers star Glen Kamara did boss it against the number on ranked team in internatioonal football. (Photo by Dmitry Lovetsky – Pool/Getty Images)

Against the bright lights of Belgium, Kamara once again stood out against a midfield chock full of world-class talent and the ex-Dundee star hs impressed at the tournament.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

Linked with a return to Arsenal by the Mirror’s Graeme Bailey, there have also been high-profile links to Premier League new-boys Watford.

Now, a newly launched transfer parody account has claimed the Rangers midfielder is about to move to Spurs.

@TransferJosh who by his own admission is the “#1 reliable sports transfer journalist on Twitter” caught the attention of Ibrox fans by claiming personal terms had been agreed between Kamara and Spurs.

https://twitter.com/TransferJosh/status/1407058073819222022

Normally such a comment wouldn’t attract our attention but this story is more for the hilarious reaction of Ibrox supporters who leapt on the claims which came midway through Finland’s 2-0 defeat to Belgium.

Here’s a selection of the best as Rangers fans laugh off any suggestion Glen, 25, could join Arsenal – or that £15m is enough:

https://twitter.com/r4skul/status/1407059968050802691

https://twitter.com/TheRailwayBears/status/1407068133714763776

Rangers fans are very protective over one of their prime assets and they’re delighted to see Glen making such an impression across the game.

However, if Watford in particular are serious about Glen, then there can be no examples of the “insulting” approach they took regarding another move in Scotland.


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