Kenny Miller has sent a transfer warning to the Rangers amid rumors

Kenny Miller has sent a transfer warning to the Rangers amid rumors ...

Rangers forward Kenny Miller has warned them that Alfredo Morelos, a linked-away player, will be a miss unless he is replaced by the club, according to him on Go Radio.

The former Gers captain believes Morelos' goalscoring record is very, very good, but admits that there are times when he could have been fitter.

Morelos' name has been rumored to go to the Ibrox exit door for a number of transfers, this time Sevilla is eager to add him to their ranks.

With the Gers losing the Europa League final to Eintracht Frankfurt last season, the Spanish club may provide the 26-year-old with Champions League football.

Miller explains Morelos' time in Glasgow and how much he has accomplished as a player in his eight years at the club.

Miller estimates that his goalscoring is at 18, 30, 29, 17, and 18 over his five years at Rangers, which culminated in 112 goals in 224 appearances. That's a goal every other game, that's fantastic.

I agree that he may be fitter. You look at him sometimes, there was a lot of work and effort put on him that he probably needed to shred down a bit. He has also played 224 games in five years, so he's not missed much.

It's an achievement (history re his discipline). He's been excellent for the last two seasons, maybe three. The only way he's not a loser is if someone comes in and replaces the goals he scored. Morelos is the Rangers' number nine, the talisman. He's been there only five years.

Alfredo will be a miss, and there will be no escaping it if he does depart. He will be difficult to replace.


Sevilla initially offered $7 million for Morelos, but the club then rejected that offer, saying, "11 million for their player."

Premier League clubs were adamant about signing Gers strikers not too long ago; at the time, his worth was 20 million dollars, but this has changed.

During his early years at the club, Colombian star was notorious for getting silly red cards, particularly during Old Firm matches.

All of this has gone out of the window, as the Rangers must decide whether or not to sell him this summer.

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