On the whole, it’s been a good season back in the big time for the Rangers fans propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern under the stewardship of Mark Warburton.
While the campaign has threatened to blow up in his face occasionally, the former Brentford coach has largely conducted himself well in the eyes of the Gers in the bar.
Now, according to the Scottish Sun, he’s likely to make moves to keep some of the experienced stars who’ve helped him weather the storm this term.
They claim the club are eager to extend the deals of both Kenny Miller and Clint Hill, who are set to see their deals expire at the end of the campaign.
Both stalwarts are believed to be eager to continue their stays at Ibrox, despite the fact they are entering the autumns of their careers.
Miller has been as lethal as ever, even at the age of 37, while summer signing Hill is 38.
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