Swansea City are in the market for Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara according to recent reports.
The 22-year-old Finnish star has been linked to a number of clubs following an impressive season with the The Dark Blues and City have joined the race alongside Celtic and Rangers north of the border.
He’s been an ever present for Dundee since joining from Arsenal in the summer and has put in some impressive displays in the Scottish Premiership.
So much so l he’s considered one of the best midfielders in the league, so it’s not surprising Brendan Rodgers and Graeme Murty are sniffing around.
A move to the Premier League would surely be favoured however, with Swansea leading the chase.
It’s thought he’d be available for just £1million, an absolute steal, and Carlos Carvalhal looks ready to make his move.
Kamara started his professional career in the Arsenal youth set up but failed to make an appearance, instead taking loan spells at both Southend and Colchester before moving up north.
He’s earned three caps for Finland, making his debut in a 3-0 win against Estonia last year.
His career trajectory is climbing and it could be a wise move for the Swans to get him signed early.
Swansea have been linked to a number of players in recent weeks and are certainly planning for another season in the top flight.
Fixtures against Stoke and Southampton will be key in securing that Premier League status and it’s likely no negotiations will be made until the season is over.
Elsewhere, the Jacks have also been rumoured to be looking at Strasbourg’s Stéphane Bahoken and Benfica winger Franco Cervi, a 23-year-old Argentinian.
Cervi is a hot prospect for a number of clubs and it’s looking like there will be a battle between the Swans, Newcastle, West Ham and Brighton for the £20million man.