Bursaspor are in the driving seat to sign Rangers striker Kenny Miller for £500,000. The Turkish side are reportedly set to pay Kenny Miller around £50,000 a week to quit Ibrox in the January transfer window.
Miller’s agent Dave Baldwin was in Istanbul holding discussions with the Super Lig side.
Even if Rangers do not accept the bid for Miller from the Turkish side, the striker could still sign a pre-contract agreement with any side that comes in for him, meaning Rangers will not receive a single penny.
Bursaspor boss Ertugrul Saglam wants to sign the Scotland striker as his side continues to challenge rivals Trazbonspor for the Turkish title.
While Rangers accepted a bid from Birmingham reportedly around £600,000, Miller is allegedly not interested in a return to the Midlands. A bid of around £300,000 from Italian side Fiorentina was also reportedly made, however a move to Serie A now seems to be dead and buried now.
Source: The Scottish Sun