A club in the Premier League are reportedly now ‘interested’ in taking Glasgow Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara away from Ibrox this summer.
The Lowdown: Key player
Kamara was a key player for the Gers last season, racking up a total of 52 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals and making a further five assists from the middle of the park (Transfermarkt).
Former Light Blues manager Steven Gerrard once dubbed him a ‘Rolls Royce’ for the way that he gets around the pitch, evidenced by his high ranking among his teammates in terms of average interceptions, dribbles and passes per game in the Scottish Premiership last term (WhoScored).
The Latest: Brighton interest
“Brighton interested in Rangers ace Glen Kamara. Finnish midfielder is one of the players under consideration to help replace Yves Bissouma.”
Expanding in his article for 90min, Bailey added that Kamara is a name that has emerged on their transfer list ‘in recent days’, while both RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt are also thought to be interested in his signature.
The Verdict: Keep!
If Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team want to wrestle the SPFL title back from Celtic next campaign, then they must keep hold of their best players, and Kamara is certainly one of them.
Should Rangers sell Kamara?
The Finland international would not be easy to replace, given the work that he does for the side and his durability to be fit for around 50 appearances per season.
The call of the Premier League may be hard to turn down, but the club must do everything that they can to try and persuade Kamara to stay.
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