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Stalwart opens up on Rangers future under Caixinha

There’s been a raft of changes at Rangers this season, with the punters in the Transfer Tavern watching on eagerly as they hope and pray for a solution. 

With Celtic having wrapped up the league with absolute ease over the weekend, the primary attention amongst the Gers propping up the bar has been focused on starting a long-term project to try and begin the process of bridging the gap ASAP.

Still, reports from the Daily Record have caused concern for the Ibrox faithful. They’ve revealed forward Kenny Miller is starting to fear he no longer has a future at the club, despite his performances this season.

Though the former Scotland international is the ripe old age of 37, he’s been widely considered as one of the club’s best players this season and his experience has been crucial.

Still, he is out of contract at the end of the campaign and has revealed there’s been no talk of an extension, even at this late stage of the campaign.

“Nothing has moved on at all. There has not been any chat”, he said.

“With a new manager coming in it’s kind of put that on hold a little bit. But, for me, you don’t really get to this stage in the season and not have things sorted.

“So it could be that I have only got six weeks left at Rangers.”

Considering his popular standing amongst our punters, the Rangers fans in the bar would hate to see him go.

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