Glen Kamara has taken almost the whole of the transfer window to find a club and negotiate his exit from Rangers with Leeds Utd appearing to be his destination of choice.
The Finland international has yet to have any move confirmed, however, Fabrizio Romano claimed that a move is imminent and that terms have been agreed.
There has been a hold up of some sort though and, speaking to GiveMeSport, transfer journalist Dean Jones has clarified why Glen Kamara is still a Rangers player and how close the move to Leeds Utd is.
Glen Kamara exit nears as Rangers consider bid
Rangers want upwards of £5m for the 27-year old according to reports which, when you consider the £4m offer recently rejected for Kenny McLean, almost seems like a bargain given that the latter doesn’t have any sell on value.
The most likely cause for delay is on the structure of the deal and the small print because Michael Beale seems to have been saying that something is close to being announced for the whole summer.
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Jones has given an update though and it looks like good news:
“I know there has been a bit of an issue, reports over the price not being agreed, but the player is in a position where he is ready to make this switch.
“My information, as of Monday night, was that there were no issues and the negotiations were ongoing, so there is still real promise of that deal.”
Glen Kamara clearly doesn’t have a future at Rangers so, getting in such a big fee would be a huge bonus for Michael Beale.
Rebuilding a squad whilst breaking even is some achievement, all we need now is for the deal to be confirmed.
How many times have we said that over the last couple of months…..