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West Ham touch base with Rangers about signing Glen Kamara - report
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West Ham touch base with Rangers about signing Glen Kamara - report

West Ham wants to prise Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara away from Ibrox this summer according to an exclusive report from Give Me Sport.

Steven Gerrard will surely be determined to keep the midfielder at Rangers, however.

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Central midfield is clearly an area where Hammers boss David Moyes will be looking to strengthen at the London Stadium this summer.

Money is fairly tight at West Ham, however. So Moyes will have to be sensible with his player recruitment this summer.

And it seems as though the Scot has his eye on a potential bargain.

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West Ham want Rangers ace Glen Kamara

The 25-year-old Gers midfielder is an alleged transfer target for the Hammers this summer according to Give Me Sport.

Brentford, Watford, Arsenal and Everton are also thought to be keen on signing the 34-capped Finland International (Give Me Sport).

Kamara is a tough-tackling, defensive midfielder.

In 28 Scottish Premiership appearances for Rangers last season, the 25-year-old averaged one tackle and one interception per game. He made 65.9 passes per match on average during those outings and recorded a mightily impressive completion rate of 90.5% (Who Scored).

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Gers boss Steven Gerrard is a huge fan of Kamara. He recently admitted that he loves the 25-year-old and described the midfielder as ‘fantastic’ and ‘phenomenal’, as quoted by the Scotsman.

Kamara clearly has the kind off ability needed to flourish in the Premier League.

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Whether West Ham will be able to prise him away from Rangers this summer, however, remains to be seen.