Rangers make transfer bid for Kenny Miller
Ally McCoist confirms the SPL champions have made an offer to bring the striker to Ibrox for a third spell.
Rangers have submitted a bid to Bursaspor for Kenny Miller, as Ally McCoist looks to hand the striker his third spell at Ibrox.
Reports on Wednesday claim an offer of £600,000 has been tabled, £200,000 more than the Turkish club paid to take him to Bursa in January.
“We have bid for Kenny and we hope to hear from Bursaspor [on Wednesday] morning,” McCoist told the Daily Record.
“My reading of the situation is Kenny is bursting to get away but I’m not so sure any deal would be straightforward. I’m not sure if Bursa would let him go.”
Bursaspor have however already stated their willingness to allow Miller to leave, if any deal made economic sense to the club, after the player stated his intention to return to the UK for family reasons.
Their manager, Ertugrul Saglam, is in the market for a replacement striker and has targeted former Besiktas’ Brazilian forward Bobo, who has played in Turkey for the last five years and is available on a free transfer.