Rangers would demand a “big transfer fee” to sell midfielder Glen Kamara before the transfer window closes, according to journalist Pete O’Rourke.
At the end of last month, it was reported that three English Premier League clubs (Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth and Brighton) had made enquiries about the former Arsenal player, but O’Rourke feels the Gers won’t let him leave on the cheap:
“I think it would take a big transfer fee for Rangers to agree to sell Glen Kamara right now. He is still a key man for Giovanni van Bronckhorst and I’m sure he’d ideally like to keep hold of the midfielder.”
There have also been reports that teams on the continent, including Galatasaray, Marseille, RB Leipzig, Eintracht Frankfurt and Salernitana have taken an interest in Kamara but, so far, no formal offers have been tabled.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side should be in a strong financial position after raking in sizeable sums for Calvin Bassey and Joe Aribo this summer, but there are some suggestions that Kamara could be allowed to leave for around £10m.
That figure has been debated and, at the moment, it seems like the Finnish international will be staying at Ibrox.