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‘Hopefully’: Euro 2020 manager believes ‘key’ Rangers man can play for ‘bigger clubs’

Finland manager Markku Kanerva believes Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara could play for a bigger club in the future.

Speaking to AFP via France 24, the 57-year-old manager believes that Kamara could move on from Rangers for a bigger club in the future. Finland have a chance to progress to the Round of 16 in their first-ever major international tournament.

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And Kamara has impressed. The 25-year-old started in both games for the Scandinavian nation. The Rangers star won plaudits from a new set of supporters watching the midfielder for the first time.

Rumours of a summer transfer for Kamara

Indeed, there is already interest in Kamara. According to the Daily Mail, newly-promoted Premier League side Watford are keen on the Helsinki-born midfielder. The Rangers star has 12-months left on his current deal with Rangers.


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And according to Kanerva, he would be happy to see Kamara playing for a bigger club in the future. The Finland manager said: “He’s very relaxed all the time (on the pitch), but that doesn’t mean he’s not fighting.

“He is definitely one of our key players. Hopefully he will continue his development, it would be nice to see him playing even at bigger clubs.”

Rangers have to tie Kamara down to a new deal

There’s no denying that Kamara is good enough and has the quality to compete at a higher level than the Scottish Premiership.

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The midfielder has dominated the division since establishing himself as a key player for Rangers, and the 25-year-old justifies the interest he is currently attracting.

But for Rangers, they must do all they can to tie the Fin to a new deal with the club. Indeed, UEFA Champions League football will be an appealing prospect for Kamara next season, and whilst competing in the Premier League would be a dream for the midfielder, playing in Europe’s elite competition would surely outweigh the idea of starting for the Hornets.

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