Turkish club Bursapor have told Rangers to put forward a decent transfer fee if they want to land Kenny Miller. The Scottish champions are interested in having the 31-year old striker back at Ibrox for a third spell but will need to pay up to do so as he only departed Glasgow for Turkey in January.
'Gers boss Ally McCoist is keen on Miller but Bursaspor director of transfers Erkan Kamat insists he will not come cheap.
"If the circumstances are right, if things are good, and the conditions are correct, then why not? If Rangers are opening the door, we can maybe settle something," he said.
"It can happen but Rangers have to pay serious money, a good transfer fee.
"At the moment I am not talking about his valuation. We will see what Rangers want to do.
"I will meet Kenny on Wednesday and then we will have a clearer picture. There's something on Miller's mind regarding his family. It is difficult because they're in Scotland and he is in Turkey."
Miller scored five goals in 15 Turkish Super Lig outings with Bursa but could be on the move back home after just six months.