Everton Set Their Sights On In-Demand Rangers Star; Should Rangers Look to Sell This Summer ?

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara seems to be the new sensation in the summer transfer market with multiple Premier League sides registering their interest in the player. The defensive midfielder had a strong show last season for the Glasgow giants which was followed by a prominent role in the Euro 2020 campaign for Finland. This has stepped up interest in the midfielder with his stocks at an all time high since his move to Glasgow.

Glen Kamara featured in all three games for the national side in the tournament and was instrumental in helping his country put up a respectable showing against the bigwigs of the tournament like Denmark and Belgium.

According to the report from Daily Record a number of high profile clubs have subsequently raised their interest in the midfielder but Rangers are reluctant to give up on the player. The 25-year-old had his first major tournament with the national side and was even instrumental in helping his country reach the finals of an International competition for the first time.
Everton Rangers Glen Kamara
Image obtained via Glasgow live

Brentford and Watford are the two major clubs previously linked with the player. Now, the Merseyside giants Everton also joined the party for the player. Reports indicate that the people at Goodison Park are actively sourcing out the possibility of signing Glen Kamara this summer who is presently valued at £5.40m via Transfermarkt.

After finishing last season on a high, the Toffees are adding more talents to the squad as new manager Rafa Benitez took charge in Merseyside. Glen Kamara is one of the preferences for them in the summer transfer window. Meanwhile, Finland international has got a contract till 2023 in Ibrox. His season stat was impressive in Scotland. He featured 51 games in all competitions for the Gers. Also managed to score 2 goals and assisted 2. (Transfermarkt)

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Steven Gerrard also got concerns about the Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos. As reported by SD previously, the striker is on the radar of Portuguese giants FC Porto who have had an £11m offer rejected for the Ibrox hitman. Serie A side Cagliari are also believed to have seen an offer of £6.8m knocked back earlier this summer.

Journalist Ekrem Konur posted on Twitter saying :

“Glasgow Rangers have rejected Porto’s offer. A lot of teams are showing interest in Alfredo Morelos. Glasgow Rangers will be in no hurry to sell.”

Rangers are not interested in letting El Buff leave on a cheap are holding out for an adequate offer that suits both parties. They are up for some heavy duty clashes next season if they qualify for the champions league group stages and they can’t leave the major contributors in the lineup behind.

Rangers are actively participating in the summer transfer window and have officially welcomed Zambian striker Fashion Sakala Jr at the club complex yesterday.

They have also signed English midfielder John Lundstram last week on a free transfer. He was formerly an Everton academy player but established himself at Sheffield United. The 27-year-old is committed to Ibrox for three years and will look to play a key role at the heart of the midfield for Gerrard and his team. Here is what he had to say on the expectations on him at the club.

 “I know the winning mentality of here and the Rangers fans. I just can’t wait and hopefully I can bring some of that winning mentality and continue the success from last season.

It is obviously massive, the magnitude of the club, coming here. Having a walk around, it’s an eye-opener how big it really is and I am just so eager and can’t wait to get started now”,

Steven Gerrard is targeting more options this summer with reports indicating that Rangers have made an recent offer to sign Heerenveen midfielder Joey Veerman.

Rangers are gearing up for the Champions League qualifying rounds and their title defence in Scotland begin on 31st July.

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