Rangers could receive a “big money offer” from a Russian Premier League club for Glen Kamara this summer, according to Eurosport journalist Dean Jones.
Writing in his Transfer Notebook column, Jones said that an unnamed team from Russia was lining up a bid, with interest also coming from the likes of Everton, Brentford and Watford:
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The Ivorian has one year left on his current deal with AC Milan.
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It is believed the Gers are likely to receive multiple approaches for Kamara, with the Finnish international also having been linked with a number of other English teams in recent months, including Arsenal, West Ham, Leeds and Brighton.
The Scottish champions could well be open to selling up as the midfielder has just two years remaining on his contract at Ibrox and he has, so far, not been prepared to sign an extension. A £10m price tag has reportedly been slapped on the 25-year-old so it remains to be seen who will meet the club’s valuation.