Tom Miller has hit back at claims that Rangers defender James Tavernier could leave Ibrox in the summer to help raise funds.
The Bears skipper is currently out injured but has enjoyed an incredible season in the Scottish Premiership being involved in 20 goals.
It has been made no secret that the Gers may need to sell a couple of players to balance the books this season, and Tavernier’s name has been thrown into the hat.
Speaking on the Blues Brothers Podcast on Monday evening, Miller responded to claims from the likes of Derek Ferguson that the skipper could leave Ibrox in the summer.
“I can say that he’s particularly well settled,” he said.
“His family are well-settled where they’re living in central Scotland. It’s the stability he’s never had in his career before.
“I think that’s why you’re getting this level of consistency from James Tavernier, it’s not just a gimme.”
The Daily Mail have reported this season that both Everton and Tottenham have registered an interest in the skipper, although that has gone quiet recently.
Ross Wilson did share in the last AGM at Ibrox that we should prepare for some exits, but that should be players that are on the outskirts of the squad.
Tavernier, Conor Goldson, Alfredo Morelos and Glen Kamara are the main four of the spine of the squad who need to stay put in Glasgow.
After winning the Scottish Premiership for the first time in a decade, this squad will be determined to continue that legacy, and we believe they will all be more than settled at Ibrox, what isn’t there to love?