Report: Glasgow Rangers' Clint Hill a target for former club QPR

Celtic's Tomas Rogic shoots at goal under pressure from Rangers' Clint Hill

The Rangers defender only joined Mark Warburton's side in July, but his Ibrox stay could be short-lived.

Glasgow Rangers defender Clint Hill is a surprise target for former club Queens Park Rangers, according to the Daily Record.

The 38-year-old only moved to Ibrox in July and has impressed in 14 outings so far.

Celtic's Tomas Rogic shoots at goal under pressure from Rangers' Clint Hill

However, he is yet to be offered a new contract by Rangers, despite his current deal expiring at the end of the campaign, and QPR could approach him next month ahead of a possible summer return.

The Daily Record reports that interest from new R's manager Ian Holloway could prompt Rangers into action, with their boss Mark Warburton keen to keep Hill around next season.

And it is claimed that an Ibrox extension would be the Liverpudlian's preferred option.

Hill was released by Holloway's predecessor Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at the end of last season, after 185 appearances and two promotions at Loftus Road.

Clint Hill celebrates scoring the second goal for QPR

Glasgow Rangers are also keen to extend the contract of veteran striker Kenny Miller.

The 36-year-old has been involved in eight goals in 17 Scottish Premiership appearances this season, scoring four and making as many.

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