Gabby Agbonlahor reckons Rangers star Glen Kamara could have his head turned if Premier League interest comes his way.

Reports have speculated that Arsenal are keen to bring the Ibrox midfielder to London, but there has been no confirmation of this interest.

Gers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed that the Scottish Premiership champions have offered Kamara a “really, strong good offer" to extend his Ibrox stay.

But Agbonlahor believes if a bid from down south comes in, then the the 25-year-old will be keen to leave.

He told Football Insider: “Players want to play in the Premier League, let’s not be fooled here.

“Odsonne Edouard left Celtic to go to the Premier League and it wasn’t even one of the top clubs in the Premier League.

“Kamara, if Arsenal are interested in him, will want to push that move through. The money’s better in the Premier League than what Rangers can afford to pay.

“I’m sure that’s something he’ll want to get done, if he can. But he’ll do it the right way and be respectful to his current club.”

Asked if Kamara's head would be turned by a bid from Arsenal, Agbonlahor added: "100 per cent."