Michael Ball admits that Rangers may find it difficult to keep midfielder Glen Kamara at the club this summer.
The Finland international has been heavily linked with a move away from Ibrox prior to the transfer deadline.
Per 90min, Kamara is said to be of interest to a clutch of Premier League clubs, while Rangers are keen to tie him down to a new contract.
The report claims that Arsenal, from whose academy he graduated, Newcastle United, and West Ham United are all interested in a potential swoop to sign the 25-year-old.
A versatile presence who can play in both defensive midfield and central midfield, Kamara has been with Rangers since 2019 and has made a total of 108 appearances for the club.
Steven Gerrard’s side may find it difficult to retain his services, though, given that the club were eliminated from the Champions League last week.
Ball believes that Gerrard would much rather keep Kamara at the club but accepts that they may find that difficult.
Speaking to Football FanCast, he said: “It’s always going to be difficult for Rangers to keep a player like him. I think he’s got a bit of a knock right now but if West Ham and Arsenal come calling, it’s going to be a difficult one for the club to try and keep him.
“Steven would want to keep him.”