Glen Kamara has once again admitted he wants to leave Rangers, without explicitly saying the direct words, by announcing once more that the top five leagues are his ambition and dream.
Speaking out for the second time this year (having previously never said a word) about leaving, Kamara has reserved a little praise for Rangers, but spoke most highly of his future elsewhere.
Kamara lost out on a move to Nice at the eleventh hour for unknown reasons, and he admits he’s not terribly happy at Rangers any more, especially given his lack of playing, seeming to believe he has a divine right to start.
But of course we’ve analysed the stats and numbers and Kamara is the least contributory member of Rangers’ midfield (if not team) these days and that’s part of the problem.
Football Insider, which is usually pure clickbait and wide of the mark, basically stated the obvious recently with an ‘exclusive’ claiming Kamara has reached an agreement with Rangers that if a good bid comes in this January he can go, but that was always the case and applies to any player so it’s hardly news of the day.
As for the player himself, speaking out again about his future and wanting a move to the PL (or top five leagues) is a clear sign his Rangers race is done.
Sooner he’s sold and can move on to pastures new the better for everyone.