According to Give Me Sport, Glen Kamara is weighing up his future at Ibrox in the final few days of the transfer window amidst interest from Aston Villa.
The Lowdown: Rangers want new Kamara deal
Finland international Kamara, who made the move to the Gers in January 2019, has two years left on his contract at Ibrox (Transfermarkt).
The Gers, and manager Steven Gerrard in particular, are eager to get 25-year-old to sign a new deal at the club (via FourFourTwo), but there has not yet been enough progress.
The Latest: Kamara considers future
Now, as per this latest report, Kamara is considering his future with the 55-time Scottish champions as the transfer window approaches its end.
Aston Villa are said to be interested in the former Dundee man.
The Verdict: Worrying for Gerrard
This news is no doubt worrying for the Gers. Kamara is a crucial player for the club, making 110 appearances for the side since he made the move to Ibrox (Transfermarkt). Soon after he made the switch, Steven Gerrard called the midfielder a “class act” (Sky Sports) and he has continued to prove that since then.
Does Kamara deserve a new contract?
Rangers’ failure to qualify for the Champions League group stages means they are in a vulnerable position in regards to holding on to their key players. As such, the Premier League is a far more attraction proposition than it already was.
The Gers must hold firm if an official bid comes in from Villa, or at least look to get the best fee they possibly can – after all, the Midlands outfit have already spent £95.04m this summer and appear to have plenty of money to spend after the sale of Jack Grealish.
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