Hibs today have been linked with a move for out-of-favour Rangers striker Kenny Miller.
The veteran has been suspended by Rangers, along with Lee Wallace, after an apparent dressing room bust-up with manager Graeme Murty, following the Govan sides 4-0 hammering from Glasgow rivals Celtic.
Miller, 38, is expected to have played his last club for The Rangers, and according to the Scottish Sun, is wanted by both the Hibees and Motherwell.
Former Scotland international Miller, of course, started his career at Easter Road, before leaving in a £2m deal for Rangers in 2000.
Miller then had spells with Wolves, Celtic, Derby County, Cardiff City and Bursaspor, and a second stint with Rangers.
He then played for Vancouver Whitecaps in the MLS before returning to Scotland to play for the newly formed Rangers, after the oldco Rangers were liquidated in 2012.
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