Rangers are working on fending off January megabucks bids for Glen Kamara after the Finnish star’s stellar display in yesterday’s Parkhead showdown.
With Belgian giants Anderlecht, French cracks Marseille and Brighton already heavily linked with his services, Steven Gerrard issued an abrupt ‘hands off’ warning some weeks ago and told the suitors his star midfielder simply wasn’t for sale.
The ex-Dundee man’s stock has risen to sky high proportions, despite being signed for just £50,000 in 2019, and after some inconsistent form till this season, the 24-year old has turned it around big style, thriving in the current system and seeing his value skyrocket.
There is no question other big European teams in better leagues will be looking at him again, such is his age, quality, national caps and experience already, and while Rangers are not interested in a sale, bids of £25M+ will obviously turn the heads of those on the board at the club.
But it will take that kind of number for interest to be taken seriously, and even then, he’s now an untouchable the club does not want to lose at any cost.
But we do know Kamara has long-term ambition of returning to the PL to ply his trade at that level – unlike Morelos though he doesn’t preach it every chance he gets and has shown absolute respect and professionalism to Rangers throughout.
So we’ll just see what happens in a month or two.