By Derek Smithson
Rangers forward Kenny Miller states that it is not “ideal” for the club to be undergoing a huge summer overhaul of players.
Manager Pedro Caxinha has decided to make drastic changes at Ibrox ahead of next season and has already recruited five new players, with several more still expected to follow.
Bruno Alves, Ryan Jack, Fabio Cardoso, Dalcio and Daniel Candeias have all agreed deals with the Scottish giants.
Portuguese boss Caixinha has been keen to bring in players he can trust and four of the new additions are from his homeland.
Gets striker Miller believes that so many new faces at the club is not an ideal move, but accepts that Caixinha’s decision may be necessary as they need vast improvements next season.
“Is it ideal bringing ten players in? No, it’s not, but if that’s what the manager feels is right, we’ve got to roll with it and make sure it works,” Miller said, as quoted by the Scottish Sun. “You can’t mump and moan because we’re signing players, because clearly we need to sign players.
“With how far back we were last year, we need better players and we need better competition in the team.”
Miller, 37, was one of the few players last season to standout for Rangers despite his age.
The forward made 47 appearances across all competitions, scoring 14 goals and supplying eight assists in return.
He was unable to prevent Rangers going through the campaign without any silverware and saw them slip to third in their league table.
The Ibrox outfit finished a huge 39 points adrift of table toppers Celtic and have a huge deficit to overturn if they want to compete with Brendan Rodgers’ side next year.
In other Rangers transfer news, Hearts midfielder Don Cowie has delivered his verdict on the Gers target.