Done deal: Attacker signs after Rangers agree terms
By Dominic Toner
Rangers have handed forward Kenny Miller a new contract, it was announced on Friday night.
The Gers confirmed on their official Twitter account that they have given the attacker a new one-year deal.
The 37-year-old was set to leave Ibrox at the end of the season when his contract expired, but has been handed a new deal after a strong campaign
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) April 28, 2017
Miller has been one of the club’s standout players so far this season, scoring 12 goals and supplying six assists in 42 appearances.
He has captained the Scottish giants in the last two matches and has scored three goals in them as a return.
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The veteran forward has proved that he is still good enough for the top-flight despite reaching the latter stages of his career and has been the club’s best attacking player in front of goal.
Pedro Caixinha will be hoping to have a strong season next year and clearly considers Miller to be important to his future plans.
He has made 235 appearances for the club and knows better than anyone what it means to wear the blue jersey.
They look set to finish third in the league table this season and Miller will hope he can compete alongside Old Firm rivals Celtic in the next one.
In other Rangers transfer news, Caixinha has made an emphatic decision on four players.