Former Rangers player Michael Ball is hopeful that Glen Kamara does stay at Rangers this summer, but thinks it’s very doubtful.
The 25-year-old central midfielder was an integral part of the Rangers team that won the Scottish Premiership last season, featuring on 28 occasions.
After successful season, Kamara was then picked in the Finland Euro 2020 squad, where he played every minute of his nations three group matches.
The midfielder has been linked with a move away from Ibrox this summer, with GiveMeSport revealing that Arsenal remain interested in signing Kamara.
Despite the rumours, Michael Ball is hopeful that Kamara chooses to stay with Rangers but thinks it’s doubtful, telling Football FanCast: “It’s like every transfer you’ve got to be careful, tick every box that you feel personally is going to help yourself develop. He might feel another year at Rangers might help him develop a bit more.
“So, fingers crossed he does stay at Rangers, but I think it’s very, very doubtful with the rumours that we’re listening to right now.”
Kamara’s current contract runs until May 2023, with the Daily Mail reporting that Rangers are looking for in excess of £10million for the midfielder. They also reported that both Premier League newcomers Brentford and Watford were interested in securing the signature of Kamara.
After leading Rangers to Scottish Premiership glory and having a good run in the Europa League last season, manager Steven Gerrard will be hoping to keep hold of his prized assets and build on that success this season.