Rangers have had a busy weekend on the contract front with Alex Lowry and Scott Arfield signing new deals but it isn’t just the first-team where the renewals are being handed out after the club also confirmed an extension to Murray Miller’s contract after an impressive season for the B team.
The Australian youth international has been a key player in David McCallum’s Lowland League side this season and has been rewarded for his excellent performances with a one-year extension.
Head of Academy Craig Mulholland has been delighted with Miller’s progress as he hinted at a possible loan move this season for the talented midfielder, telling Rangers TV: “We are delighted that Murray has signed on for a further year following an excellent development year for him in our B Team.
“The next step is to work closely with Murray and his representatives to ensure we select the correct next step in his journey that will see this progress continue.”
More first-team experience crucial in Miller’s Rangers development
After an impressive season in the Lowland League, a loan move next season would be the right step if Miller isn’t going to be around the Rangers first-team.
The midfielder has looked like a really good prospect and could easily follow the likes of Alex Lowry into Gio van Bronckhorst’s squad next season.
However, getting out and playin regularly would be the ideal move for him and could really help Miller kick on and force his way into the reckoning.
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