Former Rangers defender Michael Ball insists that losing Glen Kamara would be a bitter blow for the Scottish club this summer.
Kamara is currently playing for Finland at Euro 2020, playing 90 minutes against both Denmark and Russia.
Finland won the first game 1-0 in horrifying circumstances following the collapse of Christian Eriksen, while they were beaten 1-0 in the latter.
Should Kamara stay at Rangers?
Kamara has been a key man for Rangers since his arrival in 2018/19 and has made a total of 106 appearances for the club.
But he has been linked with a move away this summer, with Watford linked with an interest following their promotion to the Premier League from the Championship.
Kamara is valued at £5.4m by Transfermarkt but Ball insists that Rangers will want a big fee to let him go if the Hornets decide to formalise their interest with a bid ahead of their return to the top flight.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, he said: “Glen, a defensive midfielder, they don’t usually get the news of the strikers and the wingers but we always know that these guys do make the team tick so it would be a very important loss.
“Rangers, I’m not sure where they are financially so they probably will find it difficult to turn bids down but they will be demanding big fees for these players.”
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