Sources: Rangers plan to sell Kamara revealed after agreement reached
Rangers plan to cash in on Glen Kamara – and that could happen as early as next year, Football Insider understands.
The Glasgow giants announced on Wednesday that the midfielder, 25, has signed a new four-year contract running until the summer of 2025.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that Rangers have protected the value of Kamara with the new deal but there is an agreement he will leave at a certain price.
That could be as early as next year depending on the level of the interest in the Finland international.
Football Insider revealed Arsenal made a move to re-sign the midfielder during the summer and there were other Premier League clubs signing him.
He is set to remain on the radar of teams south of the border in the coming months.
They will take a particular interest in Kamara’s performances in the Europa League, seen by talent spotters as a barometer of players’ ability to cut it at a high level.
Kamara’s previous contract had been due to expire in the summer of 2023.
The midfielder has developed into a top-class operator since moving to Ibrox for a bargain £50,000 fee from Dundee in January 2019.
This site revealed at the beginning of March the Gers valued the Finland international at £10million after he shone in the Europa League last term.
Kamara has made 10 appearances for Rangers this season, including the full 90 minutes of Wednesday’s cup win over Livingston.