Italian outfit Salernitana have joined the race for Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara, 90min understands.
The 26-year-old has already been the subject of two bids from Turkish giants Galatasaray, but they were below the £10m fee Rangers are believed to be looking for.
Galatasaray are expected to return with a third offer, but interest in Kamara is mounting and 90min understands that Salernitana are the latest team to register an interest.
German sides RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt are continuing to monitor the situation, while Marseille are also keeping an eye on him.
90min can also confirm that big-spending Nottingham Forest have too made enquiries for Kamara recently, as have Bournemouth and Brighton.
Kamara, a product of Arsenal’s academy, admitted earlier in the summer when speaking to Finnish TV that he would be open to playing in other leagues aside from the Premier League.
“I would never say that I wouldn’t go and play elsewhere in Europe. I would like to play in the Premier League, but if there was somewhere else that would be good for me, I would go there,” he told YLE.