Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has brushed off speculation linking him with a move to an English Premier League team.
His Finnish international teammate Teemu Pukki has commented that he sees Kamara as having the potential to play in the top flight in England, but when asked about the comments, the Gers star batted away the question, stating he isn’t interested in talking about a potential transfer:
“I’m not focused on that kind of thing. I’m focusing on this game. I enjoy playing with the national team and enjoy the manager, enjoy the group of boys that I’m with, and it’s always an honour to play for the national team. Since I’ve started playing, I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve got to know the players, I’ve got to know how the team plays and I feel like. I’ve fitted in quite well, so hopefully long may it continue.”
Earlier this month, it was claimed that Anderlecht were eyeing a move for Kamara but manager Steven Gerrard quickly dismissed the rumours claiming that the Light Blues are planning on extending the 24-year-old’s contract at Ibrox.
There have been a number of other clubs linked with the Finn in recent months. Former club Arsenal have reportedly scouted him on a number of occasions while the likes of Sheffield United, West Ham, Leeds and Brighton have also been mentioned as possible destinations for the player.