Rangers striker Kenny Miller has arrived at Ibrox for a crunch meeting with managing director Stewart Robertson after an explosive row with manager Graeme Murty following the 4-0 Scottish Cup thrashing by Celtic on Sunday, according to a reliable journalist.
Sky Sports reporter Charles Paterson claimed on his personal Twitter account that the former Scotland international has arrived at Gers headquarters to meet the managing director after not getting off the bench in the Hampden showdown before his row with Murty.
Kenny Miller has arrived at Ibrox for a meeting with #Rangers MD Stewart Robertson, with the striker facing suspension after a dressing row on Sunday at Hampden
— Charles Paterson (@charlesp_sky) April 17, 2018
Miller and club captain Lee Wallace look as though their Ibrox careers are over with the Scottish Sun reporting that Miller will have his soon-to-expire contract paid up in full while Wallace could face being sacked.
The 38-year-old striker will now meet the Gers chief and the Light Blues could make an announcement on his future later on Tuesday.
Miller’s Ibrox contract runs out at the end of the season with the 38-year-old having already looked unlikely to earn an extension before his falling out with the manager.
It isn’t the first time this season Miller has fallen foul of a manager with Pedro Caixinha banishing the player from his first-team squad after leaking details of a team meeting to the Daily Record in September.
Football Insider verdict:
Regardless of the player’s thought on Murty and his failings as Gers boss, the pair should have had enough respect for ths position of manager at Ibrox to know better. However, given Miller’s previous run-ins this season it should be the final straw and the striker must have now played his final game for the Gers. As an experienced player who has had three spells at Ibrox – and worked under the likes of Walter Smith – Miller must know that you can’t launch into a rant at the manager and hope to survive