'Amazing, I'm sure Rangers would think about taking it' - Hutton on potential £8.8m Ibrox sale

Alan Hutton believes Rangers would seriously consider selling midfielder Glen Kamara if a bid of £8million-plus was tabled this summer.

The former Gers full-back, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, admits the former Dundee man has done “unbelievably well” since his bargain move to Ibrox.

France Football report that Ligue 1 runners up Marseille are among a number of clubs eyeing a move for the 24-year-old after his impressive performances in Glasgow.

Having joined Rangers for a fee of just £50,000, the report stated that the Finland international is now valued at as much as £8.8million (€10million).

Hutton insists that Kamara is the perfect example for the Gers’ transfer policy and suggests a seven-figure bid could tempt them into selling.

Asked about the midfielder’s proposed seven-figure price tag, Hutton told Football Insider: “It’s unbelievable. Really, from a financial point of view at Rangers, that’s what you’re looking to do.

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“Unearth a gem, get him in, get him playing well and then kind of move him on for a decent sum of money. It would be amazing value if they were to sell him.

“He’s come in and he’s done unbelievably well. From Dundee, to make that step up to a massive team and play week in, week out, especially in Europe and stuff, I think he’s done excellent.

“He’s still got plenty of time on his hands but ultimately I think everybody’s got a price on your head no matter who you are. If somebody was to come in with a concrete offer at the figures we’re talking, I’m sure Rangers would seriously think about taking it.” 

Kamara has played 55 times already for Rangers since joining in January 2019, with 39 of those games coming this season.

A former Arsenal youth prospect, the versatile midfielder has also picked up 19 caps for Finland.

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