Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is attracting interest from Premier League clubs Everton, Leeds United and Southampton, according to Team Talk.
The 24-year-old is an integral part of Steven Gerrard’s team and the Gers boss is desperate to tie him to a new contract.
He could be powerless though with in-form Everton and Leeds keen, with Ralph Hasenhuttl also keen to take him to St. Mary’s Stadium.
Gerrard is fearing that his midfield maestro could leave as soon as January with the Premier League sides circling his influential player.
Leeds and Everton are thought to be more serious than Southampton right now, with both the in-form sides sending scouts to watch Kamara in recent weeks.
Rangers are yet to taste defeat this season and Gerrard looks on course to end Celtic’s stranglehold on the Scottish Premiership title.
Kamara has played 69 times for the Gers and has won 21 caps for Finland.
The former Dundee player was linked with several European sides back in August, with 90Min claiming Rangers value their player at £10 million.
Kamara does have two years left on his existing contract but the lure of the Premier League; and particularly clubs the size of Everton and Leeds, could turn his head.
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Choosing between playing under Marcelo Bielsa or Carlo Ancelotti won’t be an easy task for Kamara – if that’s what it comes to.
Both Everton and Leeds have raced out of the blocks this season, with the two sides playing some quality football.
Kamara has been bang in form himself and his performances in Gerrard’s engine room have clearly caught the eye.
The 24-year-old looks set for a big future. With that in mind, it’ll be interesting to see whether Rangers receive any concrete bids for their player.