Sheffield United are tracking Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara, according to reports in the Scottish media. Manager Chris Wilder is said to be a big fan of the Finnish international and has sent scouts to watch the 24-year-old play.
It is believed that a representative from the Blades was in the stands for the Old Firm derby last weekend as Kamara played 80 minutes in the 2-1 win over Celtic at Parkhead.
United do, however, face an uphill battle to secure Kamara’s services with no less than five other Premier League clubs keeping tabs on the Finn.
Aston Villa, Arsenal, Brighton, Burnley and Crystal Palace are all said to be watching the Rangers midfield enforcer regularly, but Gers manager Steven Gerrard is reportedly determined to keep hold of an important player.
Kamara only moved to Ibrox for £50,000 from Dundee last January but the Scottish club are planning to offer him a new contract.