Michael Ball believes forking out £10million for Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara would prove to be a shrewd piece of business by West Ham United.
The Hammers are looking to bolster their squad ahead of a return to European football, with the east Londoners competing in the Europa League after recording a club-record points tally in the Premier League last season.
Do West Ham need Glen Kamara?
Kamara, 25, joined Rangers from Scottish rivals Dundee in 2019.
The Finland international, who represented his country as they made their debut in an international tournament at Euro 2020 this summer, has gone on to make 106 appearances for the Gers and played a key role as Steven Gerrard’s side won the Scottish Premiership title last season.
Ball, who featured for the Ibrox-based club during his playing career, feels Kamara would be a success at the London Stadium if the transfer is finalised.
Speaking exclusively to TIF, he said: “This is a rumour that hasn’t seemed to go away. David Moyes is not daft in the transfer market.
“He does a lot of homework on players. Kamara is an international and £10million for an international is not a lot of money.
“It would be a great move for Glen but a sorry miss for Rangers.”