Rangers manager Steven Gerrard says he is aware of a number of teams who are keeping tabs on midfielder Glen Kamara. The Finnish international has been excellent in recent weeks, and when asked about the player’s recent form, the Gers boss replied:
“If he keeps posting performances like that, a lot more people are going to sit up and take notice. How do I know he’s being watched? Because I get a list of teams who are coming to our directors’ box!”
Kamara was picked up for just £50,000 from Dundee last January, as the Light Blues took advantage of the fact that the 24-year-old’s contract was running down.
Since then, he has racked up 35 appearances for Rangers and he has continued to improve, with his latest display in the 2-0 win over Porto on Thursday night one of his best for the club.
Kamara has been linked with clubs such as Brighton, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and Burnley in recent weeks and it seems interest in the player will only increase as the season goes on.
The Finn will likely be in the starting line up once again when Rangers face Livingston tomorrow.