Leeds United are among the latest sides to show interest in Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara, according to TEAMtalk.
Sheffield United have been keeping tabs on Kamara themselves for some time. Initially linked with the 25-year-old last January before signing Sander Berge, they apparently reignited their interest over the summer.
However, they weren’t the only Premier League sides looking at Kamara. Crystal Palace, Everton, Newcastle United and Southampton were also monitoring the situation.
This latest report adds Brighton and Hove Albion and Burnley to the list. Meanwhile, in the Championship, Brentford and Norwich City are fans as well – as are Dynamo Kiev and Dynamo Moscow.
Now Leeds have joined an ever-growing group of interested parties. Elsewhere in Europe, Borussia Dortmund, Lille and Monaco are said to be keeping a close eye.
What is the latest with Kamara and his Rangers future?
It is little surprise there is so much apparent interest in Kamara, with the Finland international having been a key player once again for Gers so far this season.
The midfield ace was integral in recent impressive wins over Celtic in the Old Firm derby and Standard Liege in the Europa League.
Manager Steven Gerrard now fears Kamara could leave Ibrox in January. Which is why the 40-year-old wants to tie him down to a new contract as soon as possible.
This is despite the fact Kamara still has more than two years left to run on his current deal.
A product of the Arsenal academy, the Fin joined Rangers from Dundee in 2019 for just £50,000. When the Blades’ interest was reported in August, it was claimed Kamara would cost around £10m.
This is after becoming a crucial part of Gerrard’s side, playing in all but two of Gers’ games this term. Kamara has helped the Glasgow team to a six-point gap at the top of Scottish Premiership table.