Scottish giants Celtic are being linked to Dundee and former Arsenal youth midfielder, Glen Kamara. Kamara has enjoyed a great season for them as he has been instrumental in the middle of the park. Neil McCann, his manager will be hoping to eek out one more season out of him before he goes on to join other top clubs.
Along with The Hoops, Swansea City are also interested in him as Carlos Carvalhal is expected to stay at the club for another season and will be looking to strengthen the side so that they can continue their stay in the top tier. If both Celtic and the Swans go after him, it can ensue a bidding war for the midfielder and Dundee can make some good money by selling him.
According to reports, the midfielder can be available for as less as £1million in the summer. Celtic might be the Scottish giants but Kamara can be lured by the prospect of playing Premier League football. The Hoops are well endowed in the midfield department as they have a good set of players but to strengthen the team further they might look in to bring Kamara.
Glen Kamara started his career with Arsenal youth team but was deemed to be not good enough to break into the first team. The Finnish international is a tough tackling midfielder and at just 22 has represented his national team. He is a central midfielder but more on the defensive side as he has good tackling abilities and can make those important interceptions for his team. His primary job in the Dundee team has been to shield their defence and he has done that exceedingly well as he has been one of their best players this season.
Rodgers has made the current Celtic team into a well-oiled machine as they have been dominating the Scottish Premiership. They recently smashed their derby rivals 4-0 in the Scottish Cup semi-finals. The Hoops went an entire season unbeaten last season as they won the League title on a canter.
Kamara joined Dundee last year only but could be tempted with a move to the Premier League as he surely will have hopes of playing in top divisions. In the English top-flight, he will be more noticeable and with a good performance in the Premier League, he can move on to other big clubs from there. At Celtic, he might have to bide his time on the bench to get regular playing time as the Hoops have a plethora of players in the midfield department.