Former Rangers striker and Sky Sports pundit Kris Boyd claims that Glen Kamara will part ways with the Scottish Premiership champions this summer.
Kamara’s deal at the Ibrox Stadium runs out at the end of the 2022-23 season, but Boyd believes the fact that the two parties aren’t coming to a consensus over a new deal means that the player is set to leave.
In his column in the Scottish Sun, Boyd wrote, “Kamara has been in talks over a new deal for months and as yet there’s been no agreement.
“Reading between the lines, that’s not going to happen”
The 25-year-old could be tempted by a move to the Premier League as high-flying Leeds United are understood to be interested in bringing him to Elland Road, per the Daily Mail.
Other English sides like Southampton and Burnley are also keen on acquiring his services, while GIVEMESPORT believes that there is credible interest from London giants Arsenal as well.
Since joining the club in 2019, Kamara’s performances have attracted interest from a number of teams in England, and it looks like the time has finally come for him to move on from the Ibrox Stadium.
The fact that he still has a couple of years left on his deal means that the Gers could command a high transfer fee, which would soften the blow of losing a player of his calibre.
It looked like the fact that we qualified for the Champions League would be enough to keep a hold of our stars, but the Premier League is undoubtedly a more glamorous proposition for players looking to take the next step in their careers.
Kamara would undoubtedly be a success in the English top flight. The 25-year-old’s performances have dazzled not just the Rangers faithful, but also manager Steven Gerrard who has heaped heavy praise on the Finland international.
In October, Gerrard said, “Glen [Kamara] has been fantastic for me since day one and he has grown, evolved and developed into a better player. He is in a fantastic place and playing with confidence.
We’re hoping that Kamara has a change of heart and stays beyond the summer as he’s one of our best players and our side wouldn’t be the same without his midfield presence.
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