REPORT: Rangers Star Training Alone As Transfer Move Draws Closer

REPORT: Rangers Star Training Alone As Transfer Move Draws Closer

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has been told to train on his own away from the rest of the squad by head coach Michael Beale, according to a report from the Scottish Sun.

While a move away from the Ibrox Stadium looks imminent for Kamara, this is not the only reason he is currently away from the rest of the squad. Reportedly, he has suffered a ‘sickness problem’ – therefore, by isolating him from the rest of the squad, the risk of him spreading any illnesses around the camp is negated.

On Kamara’s isolation from the rest of the team, Beale said: “Glen was obviously given an extended break at the end of the season due to internationals, then he’s had a sickness problem which has run on.

“He’s training in isolation just now, not with the group, trying to get himself up to speed. There’s a lot in the background with Glen as well, with different enquiries and him talking to different people. So it’s best that he’s to the side of the group.

“I’ve got no issues with him on a personal level — it’s a conversation we had a good few months ago.”

How will Rangers be affected by the loss of Glen Kamara?

Glen Kamara’s exit looks more and more likely with each passing day. Due to this, Rangers will need to prepare for the moment the Finnish international leaves the club – or risk suffering the consequences.

Currently, Kamara is the only player in the Rangers squad who is a natural fit at defensive midfield. They have players such as John Lundstram and Ryan Jack who could play there, but they are both more comfortable in more advanced positions.

Glen Kamara’s career with the Gers

Kamara joined Rangers in 2019, after spending two years at Dundee. His battling performances, combined with his impressive technical ability, made him a crucial cog in the machine that saw the Light Blues win both the Scottish Premiership in 2020/21 and the Scottish Cup in 2021/22.

He was snapped up by the Gers for a fee of around £50,000 – to get such a good player for such a bargain is rare in today’s market. Ideally, however, Rangers will be looking for significantly higher figure than this before they will allow Kamara to leave the club.

Jimmy Johnson

Jimmy Johnson

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