Glen Kamara has been proposed for a swap move to Everton, after it was suggested that despite new Rangers manager Michael Beale being a big fan of the midfielder, his form had not improved with the former Queens Park Rangers boss’s arrival.
With Rangers credited with an interest in Toffees’ star Tom Davies, Kamara’s desire to leave has never wavered, and the ideal solution has been suggested in letting Kamara go south to Goodison Park with Tom Davies coming the other way.
Is this feasible? Yes, yes it is. Michael Beale might love Glen Kamara but Glen Kamara neither loves him back or the club any more, with continued weak performances despite the new manager – indeed, John Lundstram, initially sacrificed for Kamara, has been restored, and the Fin has mostly sat on the bench recently.
There is no doubt he wants to leave, and his dream is the English Premier League, even to struggling Everton who aren’t exactly shining in present form, but nevertheless even a relegation-threatened Premier League side is attractive for players who desperately want the bright lights of the world’s most lucrative football division.
Despite Beale’s admiration for Kamara, it’s become clear to him that that the ex-Dundee man’s heart is not in Ibrox any longer, and hasn’t been for a long time, ergo if there is a chance to get what everyone wants and have a new midfielder who actually wants to be at Rangers, Beale and the management team should take it.
Davies is looking for the right direction for his career now, and he’s another very talented player, more in the mould of John Lundstram himself but only 24, with a touch of a peak Ryan Jack. He’d be an excellent capture, and he’s an extremely experienced Premier League player with around 150 appearances.
So if we can get rid of Kamara and get someone in who wants to be at Ibrox, it works out for everyone. We’ll see if there’s movement in this way over the window, and few fans would be overly sorry to see Glen Kamara move on from Rangers now.