This may be real reason Kamara is 'done' at Rangers and likely to sign for Arsenal - Kenny
Glen Kamara will swap Rangers for Arsenal this summer in order to “right the wrongs” of his previous stretch with the Gunners.
That is according to ex-Premier League goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively after Football Insider revealed that Arsenal are eyeing the midfielder.
Arsenal have registered their interest and are prepared to offer Kamara a five-year contract.
The 25-year-old is a product of Arsenal’s academy but left the club in 2017 with just one senior appearance to his name.
Kenny claims that the 29-cap Finland international is determined to prove a point at his old stomping ground in North London.
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He told Football Insider correspondent Adam Williams: “If he has the chance to go back and right the wrongs, he’ll take it.
“If it was me personally, I definitely wouldn’t turn it down. Arsenal’s a massive club, I don’t care what anyone says.
“They want to get back to the glory days of 15 or so years ago. It would be a tough one to turn down.
“If Arsenal come in for him, it won’t affect him that they let him go when he was younger.
“These things happen, he’s moved on, he’s done well in the game. He’s a different person now. He’s grown up and got experience.”
Kamara joined Dundee after he was released by Arsenal in 2017.
He signed for Rangers one-and-a-half seasons later and has made 104 appearances in total for the Light Blues.
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