KENNY MILLER has played his last game for Rangers following a Hampden dressing room bust-up with caretaker boss Graeme Murty.
And captain Lee Wallace is also fighting for his Ibrox future after a heated exchange of words following the 4-0 thrashing for Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday.
Miller, 38, and 30-year-old Wallace were reported to be involved in an angry outburst with Murty in the aftermath of the club’s humiliating collapse against Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Rangers are set to confirm later today that both players have been suspended pending an internal investigation.
But Miller, who was an unused substitute at the weekend, won’t get the chance to play again with his deal due to expire in the summer. There have been claims he will be paid the full amount of the contract and head for the exit.
His goal in the 4-0 win over Dundee earlier this month will prove to be his last strike on his final appearance for the club.
OLD FIRM CLASH…Lee Wallace in action against James Forrest last season.
Wallace still has another 12 months left to go on his deal. The left-back was injured during the draw with Partick Thistle in September and has been sidelined ever since.
Murty is under pressure to keep the job after taking over from the sacked Pedro Caixinha in October.
There have also been reports of Alfredo Morelos and Greg Docherty fighting in the tunnell after the game while Andy Halliday and Daniel Candieas made their feelings know after theu had been substituted.
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