Arsenal have been watching Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara intently this season, according to reports in England. Scouts from the Gunners are said to have watched the Finnish international on six different occasions after impressing for the Light Blues.
The 24-year-old actually came through the academy at the English Premier League club before moving to Dundee in 2017. The Gers then picked him up for a bargain £50,000 last January and he has been a key figure in Steven Gerrard’s midfield.
Kamara has made 45 appearances since his arrival at Ibrox and has started 21 matches in all competitions during his first full campaign with the Gers.
The likes of Brighton, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Leeds have also been linked with the Finn, and there was even talk that Juventus had been keeping an eye on him.
In any case, Rangers will likely do all they can to keep hold of Kamara this month, with the midfielder a vital player in the club’s attempts to wrestle the league title away from Old Firm rivals Celtic.