Glasgow Rangers have confirmed they have no intention of selling their in demand midfielder Glen Kamara this summer as they believe he will be worth £10 million next year, according to the Football Insider website.
The Gers signed the Finland international from Dundee back in January, initially on a pre-contract deal where he would move to Ibrox this summer, but the two clubs came to a deal later that month for him to move immediately for £50,000.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard thought then that he had pick up a bargain and that remains his thinking having spent five months working with the midfielder.
Kamara has already made 16 appearances in a Gers shirt in all competitions and has impressed with his pace, movement and trickery and is seen as a real star of the future by those inside Ibrox.
Inevitably, the 23-year-old, who started for Finland in their Euro 2020 qualifying match against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Saturday evening, has attracted attention from a raft of big clubs, each of whom are looking to sign the Rangers ace this summer while they can still get him on the cheap.
Brighton and Hove Albion are one outfit who have been linked with the Gers’ star, but they have been told the exciting talent is not for sale.
Rangers have been advised to use Kamara as someone to build their side around moving forward, as they look to put together a team to challenge Celtic domestically, as well as making their mark on the European scene.
The Gers will not want to lose any of their star players this summer, as they plot a way to close the gap on rivals Celtic and launch a title challenge of their own.
Rangers definitely don’t want to see the Finland international leave, knowing they could well bank millions of pounds should they decide to sell him down the line.