Former Finland national team boss Mixu Paatelainen has tipped Glen Kamara for a big money move if he continues to shine for both club and country.

The midfielder starred over the international break to help his national team defeat new Celtic signing Shane Duffy and Ireland in the Nations League.

And after turning in a number of fine displays at the heart of Steven Gerrard's midfield for Rangers, Paatelainen believes Kamara has a big future ahead of him.

Speaking to The Scottish Sun, he said: "Obviously with him being a very technical player who was at Arsenal at the time he got a very good grounding.

"He was still quite young and developing then but now he is one of the main men in midfield and does a very good job for Finland.

"In particular he is a tremendous passer of a ball and his technique his superb.

"He is always looking to get on the ball and play as a low playmaker if you like.

"It is difficult to put figures on anybody's forehead.

"But players like that are highly valued so I wouldn't be surprised if ANYTHING happened for him if he does well at the Euros."