Rangers midfielder Glenn Kamara is thought to be in talks with the Scottish club regarding a new deal.
The 25-year-old midfielder has two years left on his current contract and he claims that talks over a new deal could advance over the summer.
He said (via Daily Record): “There’s been some talks. The season’s been good, obviously we’ve just become champions. It’s been a success so far. I still have two years left on my contract and there’s still time over the summer to see what will happen.”
Rangers signed the midfielder for a fee of around £50,000 from Dundee FC and he has proven to be an exceptional bargain for the Ibrox outfit so far.
Kamara has helped Rangers win the title this season and he has established himself as a key player for Steven Gerrard.
The Rangers fans will certainly be hoping that the club can agree on a new contract with the midfielder in the coming months.
Gerrard must look to keep his key players for as long as possible and build around them in the coming years.
Kamara is a valued member of the Rangers squad and he has enjoyed great success with them this season. There is no reason why the player wouldn’t want to extend his stay at Ibrox and it will be interesting to see how the situation unfolds this summer.
The midfielder was recently involved in a controversial incident during the Europa League clash against Sparta Prague. The Rangers ace was allegedly subjected to racial abuse by one of the opposition players.