The paper say that the Gers are one of a number of teams tracking the Dundee midfielder’s progress, with Sunderland recently sending scouts to watch the player in international action for Finland.
Rated at £270,000 by Transfermarkt, Kamara’s current deal at Dens runs out in the summer, although the Dees have offered new terms to the former Arsenal prospect.
He’s become an important first-team player in Neil McCann’s squad, although has missed periods of this season due to a knee injury.
Celtic, as well as the likes of Barnsley, Blackburn Rovers, Middlesbrough, Millwall, Sunderland, Stoke City and Wigan Atheltic, are all believed to be keen on the player.
With Dykes seemingly in such high demand, Livingston are pretty bullish in their valuation of the 24-year-old, making it known to interested teams that they won’t accept less than £2m for the striker.
Such a figure may well put off the Gers, who have already shelled out £3m on Ianis Hagi this summer. However, manager Steven Gerrard is likely to want another forward when the transfer window opens.
Florian Kamberi has returned to Hibernian following his loan spell at Ibrox, leaving the Light Blues with just two out-and-out forwards in Jermain Defoe and Alfredo Morelos.