Steven Gerrard has once again called on the Rangers board to hand midfielder Glen Kamara a new contract as a reward for his fine form.
The Finnish international put in another fine performance in the 2-0 win over Lech Poznan in the Europa League on Thursday evening and Gerrard wants to see some movement in terms of tying down the player to a new deal:
“I thought Glen Kamara again showed why everybody is talking about him and there’s a lot of fuss about him. I thought he was outstanding from start to finish and my advice to the club is to move that situation along as quickly as they can.”
The former Arsenal academy graduate is reportedly attracting interest from a whole host of clubs, including the likes of Everton, Southampton, Crystal Palace, Sheffield United, Newcastle and Leeds.
Gerrard had previously spoken out about Kamara’s contract back in October, hoping that a new deal would ward off potential suitors, but negotiations between the player and the club have not yet led to a successful conclusion.
The 25-year-old was signed for just £50,000 from Dundee two years ago in what has turned out to be a bargain deal. Since his arrival in Glasgow, the midfielder has made 77 appearances for the Scottish club.