RANGERS midfielder Glen Kamara has emerged as a January transfer target for three Premier League clubs and Championship title challengers Leeds United.

The 24-year-old has turned in a series of impressive performances for Steven Gerrard’s side this term and the Ibrox boss admitted last week that there was interest from south of the border.

Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and Brighton have all been tracking Kamara in recent months and the former Dundee midfielder could have a decision to make over his future just a year after completing a £50,000 move to Ibrox.

Rangers are under no financial pressure to sell Kamara but could cash in around the £8million mark if the Finnish international moves on during the January window.

The Light Blues will look to offload a handful of fringe players early next year to reduce the size of the first team squad that Gerrard has at his disposal and that will be one of the first remits for Sporting Director Ross Wilson following his arrival from Southampton.

Kamara still has three-and-a-half years left on his Ibrox deal and has been an integral part of Gerrard’s side this term as the Gers have made a positive start to the campaign domestically and in the Europa League.

And Rangers’ resolve in the market now looks set to be tested as a host of English sides monitor Kamara and consider their options for the second half of the campaign.