Andy Halliday has tipped Glen Kamara for big-money bids this summer after an 'outstanding' season for Rangers.

The Finnish midfielder has been a serious favourite of manager Steven Gerrard  this campaign having made 41 appearances in all competitions this season. At just 25-years-old and with two-years still to run on his deal, Halliday expects the Ibrox side to field offers for the player.

Halliday, who played alongside Kamara before leaving the club, heaped praise on his old teammate for both club and country form. And he believes Kamara is a top player at the Light Blues.

"I'd be very surprised if Rangers don't have offers for three or four players in the summer," said on Open Goal. "Glen Kamara, 100 per cent, he has been sensational this year. I genuinely think he's been sensational.

"I just think he's been outstanding and with the Euros coming this summer as well, he's had even more rave reviews for his performances for Finland than he has for Rangers. If he goes to the Euros and plays the way he has I think it's a certainty."