BBC Sportsound pundit Tam McManus has claimed that Rangers striker Kenny Miller may never play again after he ruptured his hamstring playing against Hibernian last week.

Miller, 37, is about to enter the final six months of his contract at Ibrox but was dealt with a devastating blow on Tuesday as it was confirmed that he would be out for a significant amount of time due to a serious leg injury.

Former Hibs player McManus believes that Miller may have suffered a similar injury as to what he was dealt with during his playing career.

And now, the BBC pundit has used his own experience of a ruptured hamstring to suggest that the Rangers star has played his final game.

“This is the exact injury that finally finished me off. Thought I had been shot in the hamstring, I can still feel it tw years later when I even jog. It’s a horrendous injury. I’m afraid this probably looks like the end of a fantastic career for Kenny,” he said on his personal Twitter account on Tuesday.


Miller has made 18 appearances for the Light Blues this season, scoring four goals in the process.

He has not long ago made his way back into the first-team after being banished to the Under-20s by Pedro Caixinha for supposedly leaking details of a team meeting to the press.

As soon as the Portuguese manager was sacked, caretaker boss Graeme Murty reinstalled the former Celtic, Hibernian and Wolves forward into his side as Rangers got their season back on track.

In other Rangers news, the Gers must make a swoop for this 24-times capped international after he was released from an English club.

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