Leeds United news as Injury Expert issues medical claim on Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara
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Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara is unlikely to fail his medical should he end up signing for Leeds United, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.
The injury expert claims that the 27-year-old’s lack of pre-season friendlies and involvement in first-team games this season could see the Whites take some time before integrating him into the playing eleven.
However, it should not cause any red flags in the pre-transfer medical examinations as Leeds aim to complete a few deals before the window closes.
Speaking exclusively to MOT Leeds News, Brar, a specialist in Physical Therapy and Sports Scientist, said about Kamara, “His lack of game time very likely wouldn’t influence his physical so his medical should be cleared but it’s certainly a consideration for his fitness levels as you cannot replicate in-game fitness and intensity without playing in games.
“Whether he’s on the bench or in reserve games or takes place in a certain amount of bounce matches will depend on his underlying fitness levels.
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“His injury record seems relatively good and no reason for Leeds to worry.”
Four Lads Had a Dream, the official media partner of Rangers, claimed on 31 August that everything had been agreed between the two clubs.
Should the deal go through, Leeds will pay the Scottish club £5million excluding any add-ons to sign the 27-year-old.
As things stand, a medical has not been booked yet for the Finland international as work continues on other targets.
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