Rangers star Glen Kamara is a wanted man in the Premier League, and according to GiveMeSport, Everton and West Ham United have joined the race for his signature.
The Finland international has just two years left on his deal at Ibrox and is also attracting attention from Arsenal, Watford and Brentford.
Rangers and Kamara have held talks about a new deal, but both parties have not reached an agreement.
Everton and West Ham have contacted his representatives to enquire what type of deal he would be looking for this summer.
Rangers are offering the 25-year-old Champions League football and another chance to win the Scottish Premiership title next season, but will that be enough to keep him at Ibrox.
The Premier League is arguably the best in the world, and the temptation to return after struggling to make the grade at Arsenal could be tempting for Kamara.
West Ham are playing in the Europa League next season and looking to add depth to their midfield.
The Rangers star has proven his quality in the Scottish top-flight and was not out of place against some of Europe’s best players during Finland’s Euro 2020 campaign.
His ability appears to have attracted Everton, and the project at Goodison Park is a promising one.
Rangers have a huge battle on their hands and may have to cash in this summer if they are unwilling to give him the deal he wants.
It could be best for both parties to part ways, and Rangers stand to make a profit on a player who cost them £50,000.