As reported via FT, Rangers midfielder Glen Karama is considered to be a key target for Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Due to a number of key players departing the Foals earlier on in the summer window, sporting director Roland Virkus has been working hard to rebuild his depleted side. Now with an eye on adding depth to defensive midfield, Gladbach have identified Glen Kamara as a possible signing.
The 27-year-old is currently tied down to the Scottish club until 2025, but he has been training away from the first team during pre-season as his desire to leave the club has been well documented. It is understood Rangers would be asking for around €6.4m for the Finland international, however, Gladbach do face competition from a number of other European sides such as Olympique Lyon and Galatasaray.
Last season, Kamara featured 35 times for Rangers scoring one goal and collecting one assist as the side finished runners-up to Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.
It has been four years now since the Foals last finished in a European spot in the Bundelsiga. This summer rebuild will be crucial for the side if they are to start moving in a positive direction again, otherwise, a bleak future awaits Die Fohlen.
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