Sheffield United are once again been linked with a move for Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara during the summer transfer window.

Kamara, 27, is one of a number of players who could leave Rangers in the coming window. Michael Beale has admitted he could let the Finland international leave.

And according to TeamTalk, Sheffield United are among a host of clubs keen on the midfielder.

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Sheffield United want to sign Glen Kamara

TeamTalk, lists the Blades as being among a number of clubs keen on signing the Rangers star.

Recently relegated Southampton are among them, while a host of European sides have also expressed an interest in signing the midfielder.

Of course, United’s interest in Kamara is nothing brand new.

A few seasons back when United were in the Premier League under Chris Wilder, Kamara was thought to be on the list of potential signings. Back then, it was claimed Rangers were looking for around £10m for their man.

Kamara has played a key role for Rangers in the last few seasons. But with Michael Beale looking to put his own stamp on things, could well get a move this summer.

Combative yet with quality on the ball in the middle of the park, Kamara fits the bill in terms of what Paul Heckingbottom is looking for.

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Clearly, Paul Mitchell has kept his eyes on Kamara over the years and despite there being new a manager and staff in place, he is once again being mentioned.

This one will be a case of the money being right for United. Kamara is a full international and with experience of big games at Ibrox, would fit in nicely into the United dressing room you feel.

Glen Kamara has proven his quality over the years and impressed Oli McBurnie back in 2020 with his performances.

If this is one that can be done for the right money, then it’s definitely a deal worth looking at for United.

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