According to a report from the Daily Record, Leeds United are said to be interested in Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara. Italian giants Juventus are also said to be interested in the former Dundee man.
Rangers signed the midfielder for a meager amount of £50,000 in January this year as the midfielder was in the final few months of his contract with a struggling Dundee side. It is fair to say that Rangers stand a chance to make a massive profit if they can sell him for £8m which they value him at.
Leeds United have done well in the Championship so far. They are currently on a five-match winning streak, and things look great at Elland Road. The Whites currently have Adam Forshaw, Jamie Shackleton and Mateusz Klich as their prime central midfielders. Bielsa also had to use Stuart Dallas in midfield because of the injuries to Shackleton and Forshaw. Dallas is a wing-back by trade.
Kamara can play in central midfield or as a defensive midfielder. United currently have Kalvin Phillips at their disposal for the defensive midfield role. The Whites could do well to add a midfielder in January, but the club’s Football Director Victor Orta has already indicated that the Whites will have a quiet winter transfer window.