Burnley Interested In Finnish International Midfielder

Clarets Chasing Rangers Finnish International Midfielder Glen Kamara

According to a number of reports in various Scottish newspapers, Glasgow Rangers are set to receive a number of offers for star midfielder Glen Kamara during the summer transfer window. The Finland international has two years left on his contract at Ibrox but a host of English Premier League clubs have now joined the race to sign him.

Kamara has been vital part of Steven Gerrard’s men winning the Scottish Premier League this season and it is believed the player is content with staying at Ibrox as they make a push for the Champions League group stage next season. However, a number of clubs in England want to take him south of the border after being impressed with him at Ibrox.

Arsenal have previously been linked with signing their former academy player, whilst Burnley, Leeds united, Brighton Hove Albion and Southampton are also interested in signing him this summer. Watford have also been linked with Kamara, should they win promotion back to the top flight.

Kamara is set to play in the delayed 2020 European Championships this summer for Finland and a good tournament could see his transfer fee and wages rise higher. Rangers are hopeful of signing Kamara on a new long term deal and are unlikely to accept any bid below £15m , which would be a major profit on the £50k they signed him for from Dundee.

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