West Ham and Everton have entered the battle to sign Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara, according to reports in England.
The two clubs have joined Brentford, Watford and a number of other Premier League sides, including Arsenal, in pursuing the Finnish international.
Kamara has two years remaining on his contract at Ibrox and the Light Blues have been locked in negotiations over an extension for a number of months, but it’s unlikely that the Gers can compete with English teams when it comes to wages.
It is believed that at least three clubs: West Ham, Brentford and Everton have contacted the 25-year-old’s agent to gauge his salary expectations while a number of Russian Premier League sides have also reportedly made similar enquires.
Rangers have a massive battle on their hands to keep Kamara, but they won’t let him go without a fight, with it being suggested that the Scottish champions will reject any bids below £10m.