Rangers set to re-sign Derby striker Miller

Rangers are set to re-sign Derby County striker Kenny Miller in the summer.

The Mail on Sunday says Miller will become the first player to make the switch from Rangers to Celtic and then back to Rangers when he returns to Ibrox this summer.

Miller, 28, has a £1.5 million clause in his Pride Park contract allowing him to leave if, or rather when, Derby are relegated from the Premier League and Rangers manager Walter Smith is keen to sign him.

The move will complete a unique circle for Miller, who had a spell at Rangers after moving from Hibernian as a 20-year-old and later was transferred from Wolves to Celtic.

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