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Rangers: Tam McManus claims Rangers would struggle to turn down ‘big bid’ for Glen Kamara

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Scottish football pundit Tam McManus has claimed that Rangers could receive a ‘very big bid’ for Glen Kamara in the near if he continues his good form. 

The midfielder recently signed a new contract that will keep him tied to the until the summer of 2025. However, we all know that contracts don’t necessarily mean much in football when a big transfer fee is offered for a player.

McManus explained that while Rangers should be delighted to see Kamara sign a it protects his value, they could well ‘struggle to turn down’ a big offer for the player if one comes in over the next season or so. 

While talking on the PLZ Football Show, he said:  “I think that it was very important that he didn’t go into his last year of his contract and they could lose him for a cut price. So Rangers have protected their investment.

“I think if Glen Kamara keeps playing the way he’s playing and Rangers get into the Champions League and he gets to showcase his talent in that competition, then Rangers could get a very, very big bid that they could struggle to turn down.

 “But I think it’s fantastic news for them. I think it’s great for Scottish football, because you want to see the best players stay here, and Glen Kamara is one of the best midfield players in Scotland.”

TIF Thoughts on Glen Kamara and Rangers…

Kamara has certainly earned plenty of plaudits in recent times. At Euro 2020, he even drew praise from Martin Keown after he impressed while on international duty with Finland.

Will Glen Kamara get a big move away from Rangers?

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Yes

No

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Earlier this month, the midfielder also revealed that he was aware of interest from clubs in different leagues, but his willingness to sign a with the Gers shows that he is committed to the for now.

Even still, every player has their price, and if Kamara continues to impress it may not take long before a bid comes in which is simply too good for Rangers to refuse.

In other news: “That’s what’s going to earn him a move” – Pundit drops Morelos exit claim amid transfer setback

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