Former Dundee boss Neil McCann has claimed that Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara could play for a top-four side in the Premier League.

Kamara has been a revelation for the Gers this season and has been linked with a move to the Premier League by TEAMtalk.

McCann signed Kamara when he was the Dundee boss and he told The Athletic that the midfielder was ‘perfect’ and he knew he had to sign him after just 10 minutes of watching him play.

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He said, “Within 10 minutes of training, I knew we had to sign him. I was looking for a player who was brave enough to go and take the ball from the goalkeeper and centre-backs to build from the back.

“He isn’t a big, physical lad but he’s made of iron and really strong. I knew immediately that he could handle the ball under pressure and not give it away, so he was perfect.

“I think Glen could easily play for teams in the top four in England. That might sound far-fetched but how he performs that role, teams need players who can identify trouble, handle the ball and play it simply.”

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Kamara has had an exceptional season and it is no surprise that clubs in England and Europe are reportedly watching his development.

TEAMtalk report that Everton and Newcastle United are just two of several Premier League clubs watching Kamara with Benfica also impressed with the 25-year-old.

According to Wyscout, Kamara has averaged a 92.3% passing accuracy this season which is simply phenomenal and shows just how good his passing ability is.

He is also averaging an 80% success rate with his total actions this season which suggests that he rarely puts a foot wrong for Steven Gerrard’s side.

Rangers fans won’t want to see Kamara leave Ibrox any time soon but his outstanding performances aren’t going unnoticed and it could only be a matter of time before he seeks a new challenge.

In other Rangers news, Allan McGregor has named one young Gers star that he has backed to make it to the Ibrox first-team in the future. 

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