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Birmingham eyeing cut-price deal for Rangers striker Miller

Birmingham City boss Alex McLeish is considering a move for Rangers striker Kenny Miller.

The Daily Record says Rangers boss Walter Smith is still hopeful a new deal can be struck with Miller, but McLeish could make a cut-price offer of £1million when the window opens.

McLeish and his assistant, Andy Watson, know all about the free-scoring striker from their time together at Hibs and Scotland and are looking for a goalscorer to join the Premiership club.

Miller is also looking for one final payday before he retires and would not be bothered by the fact he has already played for Birmingham's Midlands rivals Derby County and Wolves.

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