According to a report in the Scottish Sun, Kenny Miller’s future at Glasgow Rangers is firmly up in the air.
Miller’s contract at Ibrox expires at the end of the season, and Mark Warburton is yet to offer the 37-year-old a new deal.
Miller has already expressed a desire to stay with Rangers, but Warburton is currently weighing up whether to hand the veteran forward a new contract.
Miller has played a key role for Rangers this season but, given his age, there are doubts over how long he can continue to play in the first-team.
Rangers’ reluctance to offer Miller a new contract has alerted both Aberdeen and Hibernian to his potential availability.
The Dons and Hibs are both believed to be considering making moves for Miller, if Rangers continue to hesitate.
The pair are both hopeful of signing Miller on a free at the end of the campaign.
Miller has netted eight goals in 30 appearances for Rangers so far this season.