Rangers have an agreement with Glen Kamara that they will sell him if a club meets their asking price for the player, according to reports in England.
The Finnish international has signed a new contract in recent days but it is believed the deal was only struck on the proviso that the midfielder would be allowed to leave Ibrox were a team to meet his valuation.
The Light Blues agreed to the arrangement as Kamara’s new four-year contract protects the value of the player. It is has been claimed previously that the Scottish champions valued the 25-year-old at £10m.
However, the contract extension means they could well be able to demand more from an interested team. The likes of Arsenal, West Ham, Everton and Watford have been linked with the midfielder in the past, but it is not known whether any of the four teams remain keen on the transfer, following the announcement of the new deal.