Date: 7th February 2017 at 12:10am
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Hibs are reported to be keeping tabs on Kenny Miller with the veteran striker yet to be offered a contract extension by Rangers.

The Scottish Sun claims both Hibs and Aberdeen are in the hunt for the 37 year old who’s been the ‘Gers best striker this season despite Mark Warburton splashing out on Joe Garner and recruiting the lesser spotted Joe Doodoo.

Miller of course started his career at Easter Road, making 53 appearances and netting 14 times ahead of a £2 million move to Ibrox where he spent just 18 months before spells with Wolves, Celtic, Derby, Bursaspor, Cardiff, Vancouver Whitecaps and of course his 2 further spells in Govan.

Last season’s Scottish Cup runners up have struggled of late with a crushing 4-1 defeat by Hearts followed by a 1-1 draw at home to Ross County which has heaped the pressure on Mark Warburton who seems to have misplaced his magic hat.

Whether or not either Hibs or the Dons are genuinely interested in the Light Blues forward it looks increasingly like his time in Glasgow is coming to an end and the 69 times capped former Scotland striker is likely to have more than two offers on the table.

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