Glen Kamara: Steven Gerrard denies Rangers have received bids for defender
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has denied that guardian Glen Kamara has been the subject of bids from some other clubs that were English.
Kamara joined the Arsenal academy participant’s contract set to expire in the conclusion of the season and Rangers.
The highly impressive kind since his birth at Ibrox in assisting Finland qualify for Euro 2020 and function of the 24-year-old are understood to have abandoned clubs in Europe monitoring his accessibility.
“We haven’t heard of any fascination down south,” Gerrard said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s interest in Glen Kamara throughout the board.
“Glen’s acting fine. Glen got a good contract that was solid when he came from Dundee. We pounced for him nice and early to make sure he got here in advance.
“The message for Glen along with the other gamers out there’s we consistently reward our players to get performances that are consistent over a long period of time, and Glen is going to be handled no different.
“So all the players will need to continue to win football games and try to do everything they can to bring success back to the club and then they will not have to worry about contracts.”
Kamara has contributed to a strong start to the season for Rangers, with Gerrard’s side level on issues with Celtic at the peak of the Scottish and scheduled to handle the winners in next month’s League Cup final, while also remaining on course to advance from the Europa League group stage.
“He has been outstanding since he walked in the doorway,” Gerrard said before Rangers’ trip to Hamilton on Sunday.
“I’ve been absolutely pleased with Glen Kamara since he arrived in the door and sometimes I still have to pinch myself to realise that we got that participant how we did and what we got him for.”