Rangers have moved to sign Glen Kamara before the January transfer window deadline, according to The Express.
The Finnish international has already signed a pre-contract at Ibrox, committing to a four-year deal from the end of this season.
However, it’s been reported that all parties were keen on a January move for the player and the Gers have made their move with a £50,000 offer according to the paper.
The report states that the Gers will not go higher than the offer currently on the table and are willing to wait until the end of the season for their man if it is not accepted.
Bringing the player to the club has plenty of benefits, not least an immediate boost to Steven Gerrard’s midfield options.
Aside from that, letting the player settle in over the next few months with a view to making a real impact in the summer would be excellent business. There is little sense in him continuing at Dundee if his wish is to move to Ibrox immediately.
Competition for places will be fierce but it can only be a benefit to not only Kamara but the central midfielders already at the club. Gerrard is setting high standards and only the most committed will rise to the top.