Kenny Miller has denied that he has held talks with former club Rangers over a possible return despite agreeing a deal with Vancouver Whitecaps to terminate his contract early, according to the Mail Online.
The former Scotland international moved to the MLS from Cardiff City in 2012, going on to score thirteen goals in thirty-four league appearances for the Canadian club.
Rangers’ Boss Ally McCoist has made no secret of his desire to bring back the 34 year old for a third spell at Ibrox, though the striker insists that a deal is not yet in place.
Miller has scored fifty seven goals in one hundred and eleven games over his previous two spells in with the club, while he also notched up seven in thirty-three for rivals Celtic during the 2006-07 season.
He has also played for Hibernian, Stenhousemuir, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Derby County, Cardiff City and Turkish side Bursaspor.
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