However, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Arsenal and Trabzonspor striker backed Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side to reinvest the money wisely if they do lose Kamara, 26.
According to the Daily Mail (18 July), Galatasaray have shown interest in signing Kamara this summer.
The Turkish giants are said to be proposing a £7million offer for the Finland international, who has been a key player for the Gers in recent years.…CONTINUE READING
Kamara still has three years remaining on the contract he signed at Ibrox last September.
The Europa League finalists have already lost key players Joe Aribo and Calvin Bassey this month.
When asked by Football Insider if they could afford to lose another in Kamara, Campbell said: “It would be a big blow to lose him after losing Joe Aribo.
“It can be an ever-changing situation up there because of the money. Rangers and Celtic are two big clubs and two wealthy clubs but they not as wealthy as the teams around them in Europe.
“The teams that are winning titles and playing Champions League football have more money than them. When teams comes in for their players they can give them better wages.