FORMER Rangers and Celtic striker Kenny Miller could be set for a return to Ibrox after the Scottish coach who signed him to his Canadian team was fired.
Martin Rennie, Miller’s boss at the Vancouver Whitecaps, was let go by the Major League Soccer side this week after they failed to make the play-offs.
Rennie played a key role in signing the former Scotland international, who is one of the highest-paid players in the MLS.
Miller, 38, was a transfer target for Rangers manager Ally McCoist earlier this season. McCoist said at the time: “If there was an opportunity to get him I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t explore that.”
Miller has played for Hibernian, Derby, Cardiff, and Wolves as well as Rangers and Celtic, and scored 18 goals in his 69 international appearances.