Sam Lammers is poised to clinch a four-year deal with Rangers to become Michael Beale's fourth signing of the summer transfer window.

We revealed on Friday that Lammers was close to putting pen-to-paper after negotiations with Atalanta over a package worth more than £3million.

Lammers is now set to arrive in Glasgow in the coming days to finalise a contract until 2027 and follow Kieran Dowell, Dujon Sterling and Jack Butland into Ibrox this summer.

Rangers are still working on deals to sign striker Cyriel Dessers and midfielder Jose Cifuentes as Beale continues to build the squad he hopes will take Rangers to the Premiership title next term. Defender Jonathan Panzo is also on the radar but it is understood that a move for the Nottingham Forest stopper is not imminent.

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Beale will look to offload more members of his squad in the coming weeks after seeing Allan McGregor, Filip Helander, Scott Arfield, Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos quit at the end of the season.

And Rangers have put a £5million price tag on the head of midfielder Glen Kamara as he attracts interest from France, Italy and the Championship this summer.

The Finnish internationalist struggled to hold down a regular spot during the second half of the campaign as January recruit Nicolas Raskin made an instant impact at Ibrox.

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And boss Beale will sign off on an exit deal as long as potential suitors come to the table with a fee that will bank Rangers a significant transfer profit.

Kamara was a target of Ligue 1 outfit Nice last summer and has now hinted that he will continue his career elsewhere four seasons after a £50,000 switch from Dundee.

Kamara told Finnish podcast Pallokerho: “I’ve been on holiday mode so I’ve taken my mind off football. We had conversations a couple of months ago so I’m not surprised with those comments.

"I feel like I know where I’m at in my head and he knows it too. I’m not going to say anything, time will tell I guess.

“Can you assume I’m seriously considering a move? No comment. How do I reflect on my time there? It’s been amazing. Four-and-a-half years I'll have spent there come this summer.

“To join such a massive club and have all the support I did, the fans are amazing and depending on where you go next you might never see that again.

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“They are crazy in a good way. The club’s stature is massive - having a Europa League run, winning the league, going unbeaten, winning a cup. I had some good times there.

"We could definitely have done better because with the teams we had we just came up short a few times. But I had a really good time, I won trophies there and did things I’d never done in my career before.”