Rangers star Glen Karama attracting interest from Premier League clubs but Scottish champions want to tie midfielder down to long-term contract at Ibrox
- Rangers are fighting to hold on to midfielder Glen Kamara this summer
- The Finland international has interest from the Premier League and Europe
- He has established himself a firm favourite under manager Steven Gerrard
Rangers are fighting to hold on to midfielder Glen Kamara this summer amid growing interest from clubs in England and Europe.
The Finland international has been an instrumental figure during Rangers title-winning season not just in the Scottish Premiership but in their Europa League campaign.
He has established himself a firm favourite under manager Steven Gerrard and Rangers are eager to tie him down to a new long-term contract.
Rangers are fighting to hold on to midfielder Glen Kamara this summer amid growing interest
The former Arsenal prospect has been the subject of vile racist abuse since his high profile clash with Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela and has earned plaudits for how he has handled himself showing a maturity beyond his 25 years.
That composure has been apparent on the pitch too and has prompted interest from Premier League sides such Brighton, Southampton, Burnley and Leeds United. Watford are also interested should they gain promotion.
Kamara is understood to be relaxed over his position and is focusing on a strong finish to the season ahead of playing for Finland in the European Championships in June.
A good tournament could see his value escalate further.
Kamara has two years left on contract and is happy at Ibrox where he has a good relationship with Gerrard but that is unlikely to prevent Premier League sides testing Rangers’ resolve to hold onto him this summer
The Finland international has been attracting interest from the Premier League and Europe
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