Finland midfielder Glen Kamara is attracting interest from the Premier League duo of West Ham United and Everton.
The Rangers midfielder showed what he can do in the Euro 2020 where they were eliminated in the group stage but according to Give Me Sport, Everton and West Ham United want to bring him to England.
The player has two years left on his current Rangers deal and is also attracting interest from the likes of Arsenal, Watford, and Brentford and even though the player has held talks with his club over a new deal, an agreement has not been reached yet.
The reports say that Everton and West Ham have gotten in contact with the player's representatives to enquire about what type of deal he would be looking at this summer.
While Rangers will be offering the 25-year-old Champions League football and another chance to win the Scottish Premiership title next season, the allure of playing in the Premier League and getting better pay might be too hard to turn down.
Kamara on the other hand feels that he has unfinished business with the Premier League after failing to make the grade at Arsenal and with West Ham set to feature in the Europa League next season, they stand a good chance of getting the player.
Rangers stand to make a lot of profit if they can sell the player who cost them just £50,000.