Kamara would find it tough to break into Celtic’s already talented midfield

As reported by The Sun, Celtic are one of three teams interested in signing Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara this summer.

What’s the story?

Despite being on the verge of a second successive domestic treble, Celtic will likely be seeking squad improvement in the upcoming transfer window as they look to maintain the incredible success brought to the club by Brendan Rodgers.

One name on their radar is Dundee’s Glen Kamara, according to The Sun.

The Dens Park stand-out has had an excellent debut season in the Scottish Premiership and that’s reported to have sparked a three-team battle for his signature, with Swansea City and Rangers also interested, say the paper.

The Finnish international is said to be available for £1m.

Would he be a good signing this summer?

Can he make an impact at Celtic?

While Kamara has undoubtedly been one of Dundee’s better players this season, the jump to playing consistently in the Celtic midfield would be a massive jump.

That’s arguably the strongest area of Brendan Rodgers’ squad with the likes of Scott Brown, Olivier Ntcham, Callum McGregor, Stuart Armstrong and Tom Rogic all available to the Hoops manager.

At just 22 years of age and with a footballing education at Arsenal behind him, Kamara does have potential, but with a number of stand-out first teamers and other midfield prospects at Celtic, the chances of him making it in  Glasgow are slim and he may be better served making a move to a club where he is guaranteed more starts, which is what he needs to develop further.