Bursaspor reject Rangers' Miller bid
Rangers will have to significantly improve their offer to buy back striker Kenny Miller from Bursaspor after the Turkish side threw out their bid.
Rangers were looking to pay back the £400,000 they received for Miller in January, but Bursaspor want more than double that to release the unhappy Scotland player. And Rangers will have to act quickly with Cardiff City closing in on a deal.
Bursaspor's director of transfers, Erkan Kamat, told STV: "The policy of Rangers is not good. I don't like it. It is a ridiculously low offer. As far as we are concerned, Kenny Miller has been sold to Cardiff City. He is going to be their player and he is not going to Rangers."
Miller asked for a transfer after failing to settle in Turkey but Bursaspor told his agent and Rangers they were looking for about £900,000 to release him.
"We are in a very bad position now," said Kamat. "We have a Europa League match next week, Kenny is going and we need another striker. "We want €1 million to buy another player."