It seems Rangers’ former hero Kenny Miller will not be put off the idea of bringing players from the club on loan, despite an ongoing dispute. As reported by The Scotsman, the former Rangers striker is still fighting the club after the way his career at Ibrox came to a controversial end. However, the new Livingston player-manager will ask the club for loan players this summer.
Miller knows a lot of the young talent at Rangers and Livingston have done well with the likes Ryan Hardie recently.
So should Myles Beerman head Miller’s way?
The Maltese left-back looks unlikely to be in the running for Steven Gerrard’s first-team in Glasgow this season. With Declan John and new recruit John Flanagan both present and Gerrard wanting Lee Wallace to remain, Beerman has no chance.
But Miller has spoken in the past of his admiration for the talented Maltese international, telling The Scottish Sun of how impressed he’d been with the teenager last April.
Rangers know the 19-year-old is talented but he would benefit from playing regular football elsewhere next term.
With Livingston a potential location, the club should allow Miller the chance to give Beerman the regular football he deserves away from Ibrox.