Gers could use a large profit made from the sale of Glen Kamara to fund a move for Aberdeen starlet Lewis Ferguson. Scottish giants Ross Wilson has identified U21 Scotland international as a potential future Rangers signing after his emergence in the Dons first-team.
However, with his deal running until 2024, Gers are well placed to rebuff any interest in his services, especially from division rivals such as the Scottish club.
The transfer report states that the Ibrox club are anticipating a large bid being received for stand-out midfielder Glen Kamara in the upcoming transfer window, who signed up at the club in winter for a paltry £50,000. It’s said that profit could allow Gers to have the kind of significant cash that allows them to make a winter move for Lewis.
It’s fair to say that Kamara has had an outstanding 2019 at Ibrox and any decision to sell him must not be taken lightly by Rangers recruitment team.
The balance he’s brought to Rangers midfield was unexpected, he’s become an integral part of Steven Gerrard’s starting eleven amid being a budget signing. Since joining in winter, he’s made 33 starts. However, if a big bid is received, then business realities take over, and it would make sense to move him on.