West Ham United fans should be wary of the increasing speculation that David Moyes wants to sign Rangers star Glen Kamara.
The Hammers have been heavily linked with the Finland midfielder who has been a key member of Steven Gerrard’s Rangers revival north of the border.
Kamara, 25, played for Finland at the Euros and has been linked with a move from Rangers to West Ham this week (Give Me Sport and Ibrox News).
Hammers desperately need a new central midfielder this summer
West Ham are desperate to sign another central midfielder this summer.
Moyes has a distinct lack of options in central midfield beyond star duo Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.
So links to Rangers star Kamara are interesting indeed.
But West Ham insider ExWHUemployee says fans should be wary of the reported interest in the Gers midfield ace.
West Ham insider says fans should be wary of links to Rangers star Kamara
“Another player that there has been some agent talk of is… and it could be agent talk or there could be some substance – is Glen Kamara of Rangers,” ExWHUemployee told The West Ham Way podcast.
“Hes a midfielder, Finnish international which is a bit surprising with a name like that, he is someone that we could potentially make a move for.
“But again I think it’s agent talk. You have to be a little bit careful with that at this time of year because obviously agents are trying to pimp out their players.”
Kamara impressed UEFA observer Moyes during Euros – report
According to reports, West Ham boss Moyes was impressed by Kamara’s performances at Euro 2020 – during which he worked for UEFA as a technical observer.
Ibrox News suggests Kamara may be interested in a move to West Ham and the Premier League ‘for the betterment of his career’.
And the site claims Rangers losing the former Arsenal academy midfielder would be a big blow to the aspirations of the Scottish giants.
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