Despite being at the advanced age of 37, Rangers’ key man for much of this season in front of goal has been veteran Scottish striker Kenny Miller. And now it’s being reported that he might just be on his way out this summer.
It’s been a difficult season for Rangers, and they are currently struggling to finish second in the Scottish Premiership. And the Express reports that may just be a target for fellow Scottish club Hibernian come the summer.
Miller has scored nine goals so far this season for Gers despite being one of the older outfield players in first division football in the entire world. Hibs, a former club of the legend, could be his next destination should be fail to secure a stay with the blue half of Glasgow.
Hibs are currently six points (and have a game in hand) to their nearest rivals in the Scottish Championship, so this would be a pretty good move for them ahead of next season in the Premiership.