Rangers will be forced into selling Glen Kamara if they receive an offer of £10million, according to Danny Mills.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former England and Premier League right-back suggested the Finland international could become a fringe player at Ibrox next season.
This site revealed at the beginning of the month that the Gers now value Kamara at £10million-plus following his impressive displays in Europe.
He has started all 11 of their Europa League games this season and has been a vital cog of Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side that have progressed to the Europa League Round of 16 stage for the second consecutive season.
Kamara moved to Ibrox in January 2019 for just £50,000 from Dundee United and Mills has suggested a handsome profit margin of around £10million will be too good to turn down.
He told Football Insider correspondent Connor Whitley: “There’s always a business transaction that can be done.
“There’s always something to look at and you think ‘what’s next? Where are we at?’
“Everybody has a price and you’re looking at £10million profit on a player who might or might not be in your first-team squad, offers can be too good to turn down.
“I think that may well be one of them.”
Kamara has played 39 times across all competitions this season and is rapidly closing on 100 appearances for the Light Blues.
He has now played 94 games for Gerrard’s side and could reach the milestone next month.