The 25-year-old played a key role in Rangers winning the Scottish Premiership last season, but was heavily linked with a move away from Ibrox in the summer.
Premier League clubs including Everton, Newcastle United and Watford were credited with an interest in signing Kamara from the Gers.
Kamara, though, ended up staying put and put pen to paper on a new four-year deal with the Glasgow giants on Wednesday.
While the Finland international now has a contract until 2025 with Steven Gerrard’s side, he may not be at the club to see it out.
It is said that Rangers and Kamara have an understanding that the midfielder will be allowed to leave if a suitable offer comes in for him.
The former Arsenal youth star is one of the players Rangers are looking to make a profit on in the next few transfer windows.
Rangers acquired the services of the midfielder from Dundee for around £50,000 in 2019 and are certain to make a profit on that sum when they sell him.