Rangers would consider selling midfielder Glen Kamara this summer if the conditions are right, according to the Glasgow Evening Times journalist Chris Jack.
The Finnish international only signed a new long-term contract with the Scottish champions back in September but, if the club can tie other players down to new deals, Jack claims Kamara could be let go as they can make a tidy profit from his sale:
“There’s every chance that Kamara will be sold in the summer. Because of his contract situation, Rangers will, obviously, naturally get a higher fee for him.”
Kamara was signed from Dundee for just £50,000 in 2019 but his price tag has skyrocketed since then, and the Gers have protected his value by getting him to put pen to paper on a two-year extension last year.
A host of English Premier League clubs are believed to be interested in the former Arsenal academy graduate, with Everton, Watford, Southampton, Newcastle and Burnley all said to be keen on securing his services. Whether Kamara will actually leave this summer, though, it remains to be seen.