Rangers could make 'eye-watering' profit on Glen Kamara
Rangers stand to make an “eye-watering profit” on Glen Kamara this summer with serious bids increasingly likely for the midfielder, according to the Scotsman.
Kamara, 25, was in stunning form all season for the Gers as they won the Premiership title without suffering a defeat while he also helped Finland qualify for the European Championships.
The former Arsenal and Dundee player has done well in his opening two matches for Finland at the Euros as they’ve beaten Denmark 1-0 and only just lost 1-0 to Russia on Wednesday.
The interest in Kamara is not a surprise at all.
The Finland international has done wonders for his club and country, helping both to massive achievements in the last 12 months.
We cannot blame other clubs for wanting to sign Kamara but the ball has to remain in Rangers’ court.
According to Sportitalia journalist Gianluigi Longari earlier this week, Premier League newcomers Watford are in talks with the Gers over a deal to sign Kamara.
It remains to be seen what kind of money Kamara can go for but there’s no denying the Light Blues will net a big profit on a player they paid £50,000 for from Dundee.
Kris Boyd has previously shared with the Scottish Sun that he can see Kamara moving on in the summer and we’re increasingly worried that is the case too.
However, someone might have to be sold this summer because Rangers cannot keep on posting losses of £15million every year.
And if Kamara going means Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos stay then it might be a bit easier to swallow.
In other Rangers news, here’s what BBC pundits said about Kamara during Finland’s defeat to Russia.