While admitting there is interest in Glen Kamara from Belgian giants Anderlecht, manager Steven Gerrard also dropped a big clue that Kamara has not only cemented his place in the XI, but like captain James Tavernier, will not be sold at any cost.
Speaking on the interest in the Finn, the manager stated categorically Kamara was not for sale, and wouldn’t be going to Anderlecht.
This resonates just like his comments on Tavernier, who he revealed also is untouchable and won’t be sold.
Whether in both cases the clause of ‘at any price’ is in evidence is another matter, but Gerrard has now added the former Dundee midfielder to the ranks of indispensable at Ibrox, and we can safely say he’s likely to be a guaranteed starter on the assumption he retains his form.
The 24-year old had a patchy season last campaign, but the new system alongside a senior DM be it Jack or Davis has gotten the absolute best out of Kamara and he’s undoubtedly playing the most consistently impressive football of his Rangers career, and indeed career period.
Hence his value is sky high now, but if the manager’s word is to be taken at face value, no amount of money from Belgium will persuade him to part company with his key midfielder.