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Glen Kamara opens up on contract talks

Glen Kamara opens up on contract talks
Glen Kamara opens up on contract talks (Getty Images)

Glen Kamara, the Rangers midfielder, has stated that there have been transfer talks with Rangers throughout the summer since he indicated that there were interests in his services from other clubs at the time.

Steven Gerrard is interested in tying down the Ibrox midfielder on a longer-term contract, but a deal has not been finalised yet.

Kamara was asked about his contract status while he was with Finland on international duty and stayed silent about the matter.

As reported by MTV Uutiset, Kamara said:

“Discussions have taken place and are still ongoing. 

“I can’t say much more about it. Let’s see what happens.”

Kamara is believed to be on other clubs radar, with reports of interest from the English Premier League and other parts of Europe.

He also claimed that during the summer transfer window, several clubs were interested in signing him, but he is just concerned with helping his current club, Rangers.

“I know there has been interest from different leagues but my focus has always been on Rangers”, said Kamara.

“Mostly I thought that if something happens, then it will happen. But it didn’t happen.”

Gerrard commented on the player and stated his hopes that he will sign on for additional years with Rangers.

“There is a real, strong, good offer on the table for Glen, so the speed in which this happens is totally on Glen. The ball is firmly in his court.

“The offer is really good from the club – his advisors are happy with the offer so now it is totally down to Glen.

“We know he can handle any football game here. I love the kid, I love the player and I’ve made it abundantly clear how much I want him to stay from a personal point of view.”

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Written by Quincy Charles

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