Rangers’ frozen out striker Kenny Miller has emerged as a target for at least three SPL clubs, we understand.
The 38-year old forward was allegedly at the centre of an apparent dressing room altercation and along with fellow team mate Lee Wallace has been suspended till further notice.
In Miller’s case, with the former Hibs striker out of contract this summer, it appears near-certain he has played his last game for Rangers and SPL clubs Aberdeen, Hibs and Motherwell have been heavily linked with interest in taking him as a Bosman come June.
In Hibs’ case it would be a return to where it all started for Miller, a bit like fellow former Rangers team mate Steven Whittaker, while Motherwell have been trying to replace Louis Moult since he left. Last but not least Derek McInnes reportedly tried to sign him recently in a last minute effort but failed, so would be very happy to take him for free instead.
Miller going to Pittodrie would be a bit of a bitter end, such is the acrimony Rangers and Aberdeen hold each other in, and for a Rangers player who is supposedly a dyed in the wool fan, it would be a bitter pill for fans to swallow him going to such a toxic rival – it would also utterly sully any positive legacy he still has in many fans’ eyes at Ibrox.
Albeit, Hibs would hardly be much better.
Of all those options, Miller would be wise to go to Motherwell. Because it does appear his time in Govan has finally ended.