By Richard Parks
Kenny Miller will leave Rangers for good at the end of the season, according to a report.
The Daily Record claim the forward, 38, has come to the end of the line at Ibrox following three spells, the last of which began in 2014.
It is said that Miller has no plans to retire and could return to Rangers in the coming seasons with another Scottish Premiership club.
Miller, who first joined the Light Blues as a 20-year-old, has scored 102 goals in 262 appearances for Rangers.
He has mainly been on the fringes this season, scoring four goals and supplying five assists from 22 matches in all competitions.
Football Insider verdict:
Miller has been one of Rangers’ outstanding players of what has been the most miserable period in the club’s history but the writing has been on the wall for him for some time. Since suffering an achilles injury in December, the front man has made just two substitute appearances as he finds his way to the first team blocked not only by Alfredo Morelos and Jason Cummings, but also Josh Windass. The Englishman has proved more effective than Miller in a second striker role, and it is now his time. The Scot has been a great servant and can leave Ibrox with his head held high.
In other Rangers news, the club’s board “have been on their knees begging” 70-yr-old to take over as manager.