A transfer report involving Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has been shut down by official club media partners Heart & Hand.
90Min reporter Graeme Bailey claimed on Monday afternoon that Galatasaray had launched a bid for Kamara.
The Finland star joined Rangers in January 2019 in a £50,000 move from Dundee FC and is now valued at £6.75million by Transfermarkt. He’s played 158 matches for the club in the last three and a half years.
Kamara, who signed a contract extension last September, is ostensibly committed to the Gers until June 2025.
Heart & Hand took to Twitter shortly after Bailey’s report to make clear that they had received different information.
“Galatasaray haven’t made a bid for Glen Kamara despite reports,” they wrote.
It remains to be seen whether Galatasaray do submit an offer in the coming days, or whether one of Kamara’s other suitors steps forward.
Kamara is clearly a key player for Rangers, having started both legs of the Europa League final as well as the Seville showpiece. Overall, he played in a whopping 52 games last season.
His importance is reflected by his £21,000-per-week salary, which places him in the club’s top seven.
Rangers have already lost Joe Aribo in this transfer window and are about to bid farewell to Calvin Bassey too. Limiting the exodus and keeping hold of Kamara could be a blessed relief.
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