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Friday, January 7, 2011
Rangers accept offer for Miller

ESPNsoccernet staff

Birmingham City have confirmed that they have had a bid accepted for free-scoring Rangers striker Kenny Miller.

Miller, who has scored 21 goals in 17 SPL appearances this season, must now decide whether to quit Ibrox and return to England, where he previously represented Wolves and Derby County.

Birmingham manager Alex McLeish knows Miller well having managed him with both Hibernian and Scotland and has successfully approached his former club for the striker.

Rangers recently conceded that they will have to sell if they are to make any new signings and Birmingham will pay an initial 600,000 for Miller, 31.

The striker is out of contract at the end of the season and given their financial problems, Rangers were powerless to resist a cash offer.




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