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Beale gives the game away over alleged Ibrox transfer deal

Micky Beale has admitted that there is no interest from Leeds United in Glen Kamara then, remembering his lines, quickly added ‘not at this moment’.

The Ibrox boss appeared to be reading from notes during his media conference yesterday in Geneva.

It is doubtful, even wif his vast knowledge of everyfing, that the rookie Ibrox manager knows in advance the future transfer plans of the Yorkshire side.

Over the last few weeks there has been a regular rumour that Leeds were on the brink of signing the former Dundee midfielder with a fee of £5m usually included.

During his recent media appearances Beale has suggested that one more transfer would balance the books while trying to play down claims that Danilo, Sam Lammers and Cyriel Dessers cost a combined £14m.

Token fees have been picked up for Antonio Colak and Fashion Sakala with the Daily Record and Herald both quick to bang the drum after the ‘Leeds swoop for Kamara’.

For four years Leeds were on the brink of signing Ryan Kent, rather than delete the template it seems to have been adapted for Kamara.

McCann has 18,500 Twitter followers, claiming to be a former football agent.

Despite his touchy-feely reputation of being best mates with everyone Beale has sent Kamara to footballing Siberia, trashing any hopes of a worthwhile transfer fee for the former Juventus target.

At the end of February Kamara was picked alongside John Lundstram in Beale’s midfield to face Celtic in the Viaplay Cup Final.

Ibrox fans howled in disgust that Todd Cantwell and Nico Raskin were left on the bench with Kamara barely seen again as the rookie Ibrox boss caved in to fan pressure.

After being involved for Finaland in their end of season Euro qualifiers Kamara has been forced to train solo at Murray Park ensuring that he is well short of match fitness.

It looks likely that the former Dundee midfielder will go out on a heavily subsidised loan deal at the end of the transfer window, no doubt the usual messengers will reveal that Bayern Munich are picking up the tab, again.

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