Former Celtic protege Calvin Miller is all set for a surprise move to France to kickstart his career, according to reports.
The Daily Record is reporting that the former Celtic left-back and his agent have been in France to finalise a move to Amiens, who were relegated to Ligue 2 last season.
That might be premature, according to reports in France.
Le11 Amienois is reporting that Miller is actually on trial at Amiens but there is genuine hope of a potential deal.
The 22-year-old is currently training with the first-team and could play in the upcoming pre-season friendly against Bordeaux.
Miller was released by Celtic this summer after 10 years at Parkhead.
The converted striker played five times for the Celtic first-team but all of those games came under Brendan Rodgers, with Neil Lennon never giving him much of a chance.
“Calvin Miller is progressing well,” former boss Rodgers told the Scottish Sun in 2017. “He looks a stronger player this season. I like the look of him.”
After Kieran Tierney’s departure last summer Miller may have hoped for regular football but Lennon instead used Callum McGregor out of position before signing Boli Bolingoli and Greg Taylor in the role.
Miller also spent time out on loan at Dundee and Ayr United and will now be hoping he can prove himself in France and eventually prove Lennon wrong at a new club.