Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst says he hopes that Glen Kamara will remain at Ibrox for “many years” to come.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Galatasaray had tabled an £8m offer for the Finnish international but, while he acknowledged there was interest in some of his players, van Bronckhorst reiterated that he is keen to keep hold of the midfielder:
“We have a squad who is very liked by many clubs in Europe. You see Glen today playing really well [against West Ham]. I’m really happy with Glen and hopefully, he will stay a Rangers player for many years.”
Kamara has been regularly linked with transfers to England, with his former club Arsenal among the many that have been mentioned over the past twelve to eighteen months.
The player himself has said that he would be open to moving to the Premier League or further afield, which has likely encouraged the interest from Galatasaray, as well as Marseille, who have also been credited with an interest in recent days.
However, as things stand, Kamara remains a Rangers player and, if van Bronckhorst is to be believed, he won’t be departing the club any time soon.