Finland manager hopes Rangers star Glen Kamara moves to a bigger club
Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has been continuously linked with an exit for a while now, and Finland manager Markku Kanerva also wants him to move on.
The 25-year-old is currently impressing for his country at the European Championship, and Watford are reportedly interested in signing him [Daily Mail].
Kamara could still attract more serious suitors this summer and his boss at international level Kanerva has urged him to leave Rangers.
“Hopefully he will continue his development,” the Finland manager told AFP.
“It would be nice to see him playing even at bigger clubs.”
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Kamara has two years left on his deal and we are yet to tie him down to a new deal.
That could prove to be costly with Premier League clubs now seriously eyeing him.
With Champions League football to look forward to next season, the Rangers star could be willing to reject advances from clubs south of the border.
Kamara has established himself as a lynchpin under manager Steven Gerrard, featuring in 51 games across all competitions in 2020-21.
He played a vital role as we won our 55th Scottish Premiership title, and it is baffling that the club are yet to get him to pen an extension despite Gerrard’s public pleas [The Sun].
Finland have secured a win against Denmark and lost to Russia in Group B of Euro 2020, but a result against Belgium will boost their chances of progressing, and Kamara could catch the eyes of more scouts if his country advances to the knockout stages.
In other Rangers news, the latest leaked image of Tavernier in new Gers 2021/22 kit has surfaced online.