Leeds are considering a bid for Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara in the January transfer window, according to the Glasgow Evening Times.
The Gers are, however, not looking to sell the 24-year-old and are believed to have set an asking price of around £8m, which may deter Marcelo Bielsa’s side from making an offer.
Kamara signed a four and half year contract when he joined from Dundee for just £50,000 at the start of the year, and the Finnish international has become a firm fixture in manager Steven Gerrard’s side.
The Rangers boss has recently revealed that clubs have been scouting the midfielder, but sporting director Ross Wilson has made it clear that the club are under no pressure to sell their best players.
Kamara reportedly has three Premier League clubs in Brighton, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace who are said to be keeping tabs on the player, but it is believed that Leeds are the team most likely to make a bid come January.