Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is wanted by three Championship clubs with talks now on for him to leave Ibrox.
That is according to a report from TEAMtalk, who claim that three teams have now opened negotiations with Rangers over a potential deal for Kamara.
It’s stated that Coventry City, Leeds United and Middlesbrough are all interested in signing Kamara.
Kamara has been told by Michael Beale that he is free to leave Rangers this summer.
That has been the situation for most of the window but the clock is really ticking now.
The transfer window slams shut next Friday and Rangers really want to have Kamara moved out by then.
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Progress has been slow but whilst Leeds links have been rife for months, we’re now seeing other suitors emerge.
Coventry have just signed Brighton and Hove Albion talent Yassin Ayari but remain in the market for midfielders after losing Gustavo Hamer to Sheffield United.
Kamara could be their man whilst Middlesbrough offer another option with Michael Carrick seemingly keen too.
Kamara was a bargain signing for Rangers back in January 2019 as he arrived from Dundee for just £50,000.
The 27-year-old has proven to be a snip having now racked up nearly 200 appearances during his time at Ibrox.
The time has ultimately come for Kamara to move on though as he is being phased out of Michael Beale’s plans.
A move to the Championship would surely give Kamara regular playing time, which is exactly what he needs rather than sitting on the sidelines at Rangers.
Gers fans will appreciate Kamara’s service to the club but will ultimately hope to see him move on with Rangers needing to offload a couple of bodies before the transfer deadline.