Glen Kamara, the Rangers midfielder, impressed for Finland at Euro 2020, and he is now being pursued by a number of clubs, including Everton.
Everton are reportedly interested in signing the 25-year-old playmaker, according to Eurosport.
The Toffees aren’t the only team interested in signing him. Brentford and Watford, both newbies to the Premier League, are also interested in signing him, as is an undisclosed Russian team.
Arsenal and West Ham were said to be interested in signing the aggressive midfielder last month.
Kamara’s contract at Ibrox expires in two years, and Rangers may be willing to sell him if they receive a fair offer.
Kamara joined the Gers in 2019 and has quickly established himself as an important member of Steven Gerrard’s team. Last season, he was simply outstanding as Rangers won the Scottish Premiership by a landslide.
Rangers will compete in the Champions League next season, and if Kamara wants to leave Ibrox, he’ll have to make a wise career decision.
A move to the Premier League, particularly to Everton, is appealing, but passing up the chance to play in the Champions League will take something special.
Rangers will be hoping to keep Kamara because he is a fan favorite at Ibrox. They have discussed a new contract, but he has yet to commit his future.
Everton reinforced their midfield with the signings of Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure last summer, but it appears they are still on the lookout for another midfielder. Kamara would make a fantastic addition to the team.