Rangers assistant manager Gary McAllister has lifted the lid on potential transfer interest in Gers midfielder Glen Kamara ahead of the January transfer window. 

In October, TEAMtalk linked the 25-year-old midfielder with a move to the Premier League following the Finland international’s excellent form this season.

McAllister says that he understands the interest in one of the Gers’ star players but insisted that if his side are to sell Kamara it will be at a moment that ‘suits us’.


McAllister is quoted by The Scottish Sun as saying, “I understand that because we are playing in these high-level, elite games and Glen is catching the eye. That’s par for the course at big clubs.

“When someone is producing that kind of form, you are going to court interest from others. That’s a big compliment.

“But if there is interest, it has to be at a moment that suits us. We have to hold the aces and not be put under pressure to sell our best players. There is always going to be a moment, but us being in control of that is the main thing.”


The Gers midfielder has been outstanding this season and his transfer from Dundee is looking like a better deal every time he takes to the pitch.

Premier League interest in the Finland international should come as no surprise when you break down how good Kamara has been this season.

According to Wyscout, Kamara has been registering a 92.8% passing accuracy for club and country this season with 79.3% of his total actions being successful this term.

He also bagged himself a goal in the Gers’ 3-3 draw with Benfica in early November as he drove home from just outside the box to score his first of the season.

Luckily, Rangers are well stocked in the midfield and they could afford to let a midfielder leave in January if the right offer came in.

Gers fans will be hoping that Kamara remains at Ibrox for the foreseeable future as he could play a huge role in bringing silverware back to Rangers this season.

In other Rangers news, Tam McManus has been blown away by one Gers star since his summer move to Ibrox. 


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