Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is a transfer target for English Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion, as reported by website TEAMtalk.
Kamara only joined the Gers from Dundee in the January transfer window, signing for a bargain fee of just £100,000 according to The Scottish Sun.
Since then he’s shown remarkable progress in Steven Gerrard’s first-team and has become very popular with supporters.
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TEAMtalk say that new Brighton boss Graham Potter is a fan of the player and had previously tried to sign him before he made the switch to Ibrox, when manager of Swansea.
The outlet reckon that the Seagulls are now ready to make an offer and test the Gers’ desire to hold on to him.
Gerrard has made loads of signings already since arriving at Ibrox last year, but considering the fee and the impact that the Finnish international has had on the Rangers midfield, there’s a strong case to be made that the 23-year-old is in fact the manager’s best transfer to date.
He has composure, poise, vision and a determination to get stuck into the ugly side of the game too. If you combine all that with excellent potential then it builds a picture of Rangers being onto a real winner.
His surging run and assist for Scott Arfield in the most recent derby against Celtic was a perfect example of why the club would be mad to sell him right now.
The midfielder will improve even more with a longer run in the Gers team and with the club looking to chase the Hoops down next season, Gerrard will need to retain his best players.
Kamara is already in that category and so the club must resist any offers for him over the next few months.