Kamara has potential to progress at Ibrox if summer switch is made

As reported by The Sun, Rangers are interested in signing Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara this summer.

What’s the story?

With the Light Blues facing another summer of rebuilding after a disappointing season, they’re expected to be busy in the transfer market again, especially if a new manager takes charge to replace Graeme Murty.

One player already on their radar is Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara.

That’s according to The Sun, who say Rangers are interested in signing him this summer, but face competition from the likes of Swansea City and rivals Celtic.

The paper reckon he could be available for £1m after an impressive debut season in the Scottish Premiership.

Would he be a good signing?

Kamara has been a stand-out for the Dees since moving from Arsenal last summer and has almost certainly helped them avoid relegation, with Neil McCann’s side five points from danger with just four games remaining.

The 22-year-old has been almost ever present at Dens this season and has excellent potential having received his football education at the Emirates. He could add physicality and composure to the midfield at Ibrox that they are currently lacking.

Also a full international with Finland, his future is bright and if Rangers can secure his signature ahead of Swansea and Celtic, it would likely only be a positive. For the player too it could be the right switch, with the prospect of first team football more likely at Ibrox than either of those sides.