Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is a man in demand.
The Finnish international has been a real hit at Ibrox since arriving in a £50,000 deal from Dundee, and has subsequently established himself a mainstay of Steven Gerrard’s midfield.
And his performances have been so impressive of late that he is understood to be attracting the attention for several English sides.
The latest club linked with a swoop for the 24-year-old are Sheffield United, according to a report in the Scottish Sun.
It is understood that Blades manager Chris Wilder is a “huge admirer” of Kamara, and has sent scouts to track the midfielder on numerous occasions, including having representatives in the crowd for Sunday’s Old Firm win over Celtic.
Arsenal, Brighton Crystal Palace, Burnley, Aston Villa and Championship big guns Leeds are also said to be keen on the player, with the report claiming that Gerrard is bracing himself for bids in the coming weeks.
But it is also suggested that the Gers are desperate to hang onto the midfielder.
Hopefully, that shouldn’t be a particularly difficult thing to do.
Kamara is under contract at Ibrox until 2023, and unless he begins to agitate for a move then it’s hard to see the Gers accepting anything other than an eye-watering bid for him.
From the player’s perspective, he is guaranteed first team action in Glasgow, and has already established himself as a real fan favourite during is relatively short spell with the club.
Let’s not forget, Kamara has been burned by English football before too.
It was only 2017 when he got released by Arsenal after failing to make the grade in north London, and while that’s no guarantee of anything, you would hope that it would make him slightly less willing to jump at the first offer flashed at him when he’s onto such a good thing with Rangers.