While the dust settles on Rangers' triumphant return to the top table of Scottish football, there is work to be done in regards to keeping some of the players who have helped them win a first title in ten years.
According to information exclusively revealed to GIVEMESPORT, another of their key men is looking to take stock at the end of the season.
Midfield star Glen Kamara is aware he has interest emerging from south of the border and, as a result, is after a new contract and a pay rise.
Rangers have yet to offer him a fresh agreement and are in n rush to do so though do want to keep him at the club.
Currently under contract until 2023, the next few months represent an important juncture for both the 25-year-old and the club themselves.
While having over two years left does naturally give Rangers time to discuss new terms, Kamara's value does stand to drop should he enter the final 12 months of his contract next summer without any development on the situation.
A £50k signing from Dundee in January 2019, the Finland international has made 98 appearances for the Glasgow giants since joining Rangers, including making 23 starts during their league-winning campaign this time around.News Now - Sport News