Rangers risk losing Glen Kamara as Everton and West Ham moot move
Rangers have been unable to reach an agreement with Glen Kamara over a new deal and West Ham and Everton have reportedly come knocking.
According to Give Me Sport, the Hammers and Toffees have joined a host of Premier League clubs in the race for the Ibrox fans favourite, and they have touched base with Kamara’s camp about the kind of deal he would be looking for this summer.
The Rangers star has just two years left on his contract, and his impressive European Championship campaign could be bad news for the Scottish Premiership giants.
We do not know exactly why the Light Blues have not been able to finalise talks with Kamara, but money is most likely the bone of contention.
He clearly wants his new wages to reflect his status as one of Rangers most important players, and it is proving impossible for the club to agree with his terms.
Everton and West Ham are not the richest teams in England, but they have what it takes to potentially double or triple whatever wages the Ibrox outfit are offering the midfielder.
They have asked him for what he wants and are ready to meet his demands from the look of things [Give Me Sport].
They are not offering Champions League football or the chance to win the league like Steven Gerrard’s side, but they both have exciting projects and can comfortably blow Rangers out of the water with their personal terms they are offering.
That is potentially bad news for us, and we could be forced to cash in on him this summer if a new deal is not forthcoming.
His valuation would further decrease next summer as most clubs would be willing to wait until he becomes a free agent than break the bank for him, and the 25-year-old has time on his side.
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