As reported by The Evening Times, Stuart McCall has called upon new Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha to hand the veteran Kenny Miller at new deal at Ibrox when his current contract expires this summer.
Miller has been one of Rangers’ most consistent players this season, scoring more Scottish Premiership goals than any other player at Ibrox, with nine in total.
However, his future at the club is in limbo with the striker having still been offered a new deal to extend his stay in Glasgow.
According to one former Rangers manager, Stuart McCall, the decision on whether or not to offer Miller a new deal is an easy one.
Speaking to The Evening Times, McCall said:
I don’t know the philosophy and what the new manager might want. For myself, it would be a no-brainer. He has the know-how, the experience and he is probably in the running to be the Player of the Year for Rangers. I don’t know why there is a delay but I would get him signed up for his impact and help in and around the football club, as well as on the park.
At 37 years of age, there’s no doubt that Miller is in the twilight of his career but given his form so far this season, you’d be hard pushed to argue that his time is up at Scottish Premiership level.
The Light Blues need all hands on deck if they are to attempt to close the gap on Celtic next season and even having him around to help coach youngsters and appear of the bench would be a suitable suggestion. He clearly loves the club and is exactly the type of professional young players coming through Auchenhowie can look up to.