Frank McAvennie has tipped Rangers to offer Glen Kamara an “improved deal” after an impressive season.
However, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Celtic and West Ham striker said the 25-year-old could also be sold this summer if the club’s price tag is met.
Kamara has just over two years remaining on his contract at Ibrox, having signed a four-and-a-half year deal upon his arrival from Dundee FC in January 2019.
As quoted by the Daily Record, the centre-midfielder confirmed that “some talks” have been held over a new deal.
He has been instrumental for Steven Gerrard’s side this season and has made 43 appearances across all competitions.
When asked for his assessment of Kamara’s future, McAvennie told Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs: “I like Kamara, he is a great player.
“Listen, I think they will offer him an improved deal because he has been so important for them this season.
“Everyone is for sale in Scottish football though. It is the nature of the beast. Celtic will want as much as they can for their players and now.
“The way Rangers are, they will not sell anyone unless their value is met. They will dig their heels in and not sell unless their price is met. That is not bad for Rangers considering where they have come to.”
Speaking on his future, Kamara said: “There’s been some talks. The season’s been good, obviously we’ve just become champions. It’s been a success so far.
“I still have two years left on my contract and there’s still time over the summer to see what will happen.”