Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly been keeping tabs on Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara.

According to TEAMtalk today, the Finland international has been on Wolves’ radar this summer.

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Glen Kamara (Photo by Steve Welsh/Getty Images,)

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Kamara joined Rangers in 2019 from Dundee and has gone on to become a key player at Ibrox.

The defensive midfielder made significant contributions during Rangers’ surge to the Scottish Premiership title last season.

To date, he has already made 110 appearances for the Gers. He also has 34 caps for Finland.

Kamara, a former Arsenal player, has two years left on his contract at Ibrox.

He apparently has an offer on the table to extend his contract, but there has yet to be any announcement.

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Glen Kamara (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

TEAMtalk’s report states that a number of clubs have been taking a look at him, including West Ham United, Leeds United and Newcastle United.

 

Steven Gerrard is a huge fan of Kamara. He said of the player earlire this month (via Sky Sports): “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.”

It has been widely reported that Wolves are looking to bring in a new central midfielder before the current transfer window closes.

A new centre-half is arguably the biggest priority, but Lage also wants a new addition for the engine room.

Kamara would be a good addition

Kamara would be a good signing for Wolves.

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Glen Kamara (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The star has been brilliant for Rangers since his arrival, and he also made a good impression for Finland at Euro 2020.

Gerrard wants him to stay at the club, but while there is no announcement of him signing a new contract, maybe there is an opportunity for Wolves to make a late swoop.

His energy and industry could be quite useful alongside Ruben Neves.

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