Neil Lennon has confirmed that he would like to bring suspended Rangers forward Kenny Miller to Hibernian in the summer.
Miller’s Ibrox career is over after a bust-up with manager Graeme Murty and Lennon has revealed that after two attempts to get the player before, he could go back in this summer.
Talking in the Scottish Sun, Lennon said: “I was interested in Kenny at the start of the season but he decided to stay on and there was a slight chance in January again before he got injured.
“So maybe it is something I’ll pursue again in the summer.
“The only thing is his age but Kenny has looked after himself brilliantly and has had an incredible career.
“He is a good pro and that is why he is still playing at the level he is playing at, because he has looked after himself so well.
“He still has that football intelligence.”
Football Insider verdict:
Miller would do a great job at Hibs, despite being 38. And, in Lennon he’d have a manager who believes in him. Lennon has said that he wanted Miller last summer and in January, so it seems inevitable that he’ll go back in for a third go this summer. Miller’s Rangers career is over and it all comes down to what Miller thinks about his future. Does he think his body can take another season or two in the top flight, and would he want to play against Rangers?
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