Former Rangers loanee Dominic Ball has been released by Rotherham United after the Millers’ relegation from the Championship.
Ball, who has spent the season on loan with the Gers’ Scottish Premiership rivals Aberdeen, is one of five players to be released by manager Paul Warne after they slipped back into League One after a disappointing season, as confirmed by the club’s official website.
The former Tottenham youngster spent a season at Ibrox under Mark Warburton as the Light Blues won the SPFL Championship and secured their return to the top-flight after four years in the lower leagues.
During his time with Rangers, Ball also won the Scottish Challenge Cup and was part of the squad that reached the Scottish Cup final as the Gers aimed for an unconventional domestic treble.
After leaving Rangers, Ball’s time at Spurs was short-lived and he joined Rotherham on a three-year deal in 2016 but failed to make an impact there.
A short stint at Peterborough lasted only two months before his loan deal was ripped up early and Ball headed for Pittodrie on loan shortly afterwards.
The versatile Englishman has spent the majority of the last two seasons with Aberdeen and could now join the Dons permanently after Rotherham decided against offering him a new contract.