Rangers will be desperate to enjoy a run of positive results after the international break as they continue to hunt down the Scottish Premiership title.
The Bluenoses are currently behind a number of clubs in the race for the title but they have looked impressive in recent times, so it’s difficult to rule them out of the running. Although, the Glasgow side did receive a setback on the transfer front recently, as according to the Daily Mail, Sunderland are interested in Glen Kamara.
Sunderland have joined the clubs monitoring Finland international Glen Kamara.
Indeed, the Black Cats’ club scouts watched the all-action 22-year-old former Arsenal midfielder come on as a late substitute during his country’s 1-0 win over Estonia on Friday.
Worryingly, a number of clubs from all over Europe have been monitoring the midfielder’s progress throughout the current campaign, and another club joining the race in the form of Sunderland makes it even harder for Rangers to secure the 22-year-old’s services.
Glen Kamara has been one of the standout performers in the Scottish Premiership so far this season, and it appears as if he is beginning to impress on the international stage as well.
Indeed, the Bluenoses could do with another enforcer in the middle of midfield to really help assert some kind of dominance, as they’ve looked helpless at times.
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