Frank McAvennie insists everyone is for sale at Ibrox while claiming Rangers will struggle to keep hold of Glen Kamara.
The Celtic icon, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, stated that a deal for any player would have to be right for Rangers to sell but every player at Ibrox has a price.
Kamara has been a standout player for Steven Gerrard this season with his form leading to transfer links with several clubs in the Premier League and mainland Europe.
In December, TEAMtalk reported that Premier League sides Newcastle United and Everton were interested in the 25-year-old with Portuguese outfit Benfica also joining the hunt.
McAvennie claims that a move to the Premier League would set Kamara up for life financially and blamed the Gers’ own success for interest in their top players.
When asked if Rangers will struggle to keep hold of Kamara this summer, McAvennie told Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, “I think they might.
“No disrespect to Celtic and Rangers but if you go to the Premier League you’re made for life.
“You’re set for life money-wise. You’re secure and if he goes down there and signs a four-year deal then he’s set.
“Unfortunately, as Steven Gerrard has found out, if you start winning games then teams start looking at your players.
“That’s a good thing. It means that they’re doing the right things and I’m sure Stevie will see it that way as well.
“I don’t think he’ll stand in the boy’s way if he’s got a big offer and everyone’s for sale. But he’ll not let him go if it’s not right for Rangers.
“He’ll not be going anywhere unless there’s a good offer on the table that satisfies Kamara and satisfies Rangers.”
Kamara has started 20 of Rangers’ 28 Scottish Premiership games this season picking up a solitary goal in December’s 3-0 win against St Johnstone.
He also grabbed a goal in the Europa League as he fired home a long-range effort in the first half on the 3-3 away draw against Benfica.
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