Kris Boyd believes that the Leeds United-linked Glen Kamara will certainly be leaving Rangers this summer after an ongoing transfer saga.
The Sky Sports pundit told the Scottish Sun on Tuesday [1 August] that his exit is a matter of time and he’s also been told to stay away from first-team training.
Scottish Daily Mail journalist Mark Wilson, writing in the print edition (1 August, page 63) claimed that Leeds are looking to raise £5million to sign the Finland international, 27.
Boyd said, “Glen Kamara’s situation seems to have been ongoing for months, and he’s going to leave the club.
“He’s not moved on but you imagine it’s a matter of time, especially as he’s been told to stay away until he finds something else.”
Kamara’s performances have rapidly been declining for Rangers over the last 18 months.
He was once linked with moves to top half Premier League clubs and now even Championship clubs aren’t hurrying in their pursuit.
Gers surely will be hoping that Leeds put in a bid as they need the money maybe to sign another player post Jose Cifuentes.
There have been links with centre-backs and someone in that position may be the final transfer of this summer.
There is time left and they must enter the market for the right player or if it’s not urgent then wait until January and then look at options.
One thing’s for certain, Kamara will not be fetching as much money five months down the line so he’s got to leave as soon as possible.