By Saikat Mandal

29th Jul, 2022 | 4:40pm

Salernitana join three Premier League clubs in race to sign Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara

Italian club Salernitana have joined the race to sign Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara, as reported by 90 Min.

The website reported on 29 July that a host of clubs are vying for his signature including three Premier League clubs.

Nottingham Forest have made an enquiry for Kamara recently, while the likes of Bournemouth and Brighton have made an approach too.

Turkish club Galatasaray are most keen and they have made two bids for Kamara already, both being rejected.

The report adds that Gala are planning to make a third bid to sign the Gers midfielder. German sides RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt also continue to monitor his situation.

No chance

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Rangers now boast a solid squad that has tremendous depth and Giovanni van Bronckhorst is unlikely to sell one of his regular players, unless there’s a massive offer on the table.

At the moment, the offers that Rangers have received for the player are well below their asking price.

Despite losing the likes of Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey, the Gers can be very satisfied with the signings they have made.

Ben Davies, Ridvan Yilmaz, Rabbi Matondo, Antonio Colak, Tom Lawrence, John Souttar and Malik Tillman have all arrived at Ibrox, and the Dutchman the squad ready at his disposal.

Kamara is a key part of the Dutchman’s midfield system. The Finland international is a quality midfielder and James McFadden previously hailed him on Sky Sports as a “fantastic” (06 February) player.

There is no added incentive to join these clubs that Rangers cannot offer to him. In fact, he has a better chance of winning silverware, if he remains at Ibrox.

Having said that, every player has certain value, and any potential suitor will have to come up with a big money to lure the player away.

In other Rangers news, Dundee United manager Jack Ross has played down transfer talks linking an Ibrox fringe player with a move to Tannadice.