According to 90min.com, Dinamo Moscow and Dynamo Kiev are prepared to pay up to £10m for Glasgow Rangers’ Glen Kamara this summer.
Kamara signed for the Gers in January of last year for the meagre fee of just £50,000, but the Ibrox outfit could be in line to make an awful lot more in the next couple of months if they were to move him on.
It isn’t just the two eastern European sides who are interested, either – Sheffield United, Crystal Palace, Everton, Newcastle and Southampton, as well as Norwich City and Brentford, are all said to be in pursuit.
Kamara was purchased from Dundee FC, and since then he has become an important member of Steven Gerrard’s squad. He has played 57 times in all competitions, scoring two goals, and he looks to be a guaranteed starter for the 54-time Scottish champions in the middle of the park, with him having played every minute of the first two matches of the Premiership term.
Having said that, £10m would be an incredibly hard offer to turn down for Ross Wilson and co. That would represent a profit of 19,900%, and would give them even more funds to add to their squad in this current transfer window as they look to win their first piece of major silverware since 2011.
With Bongani Zungu still reportedly on the Gers’ radar, it could be the perfect opportunity to bring in a considerable sum for 24-year-old Kamara.
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