Aberdeen legend Willie Miller has had his say on the situation involving Dons star Scott Wright. The player has agreed to join Rangers on a pre-contract agreement. As it stands, he is still plying his trade at Pittodrie.
However, Miller thinks it might be for the best for all parties involved if the clubs can agree a deal for the player to move to Ibrox before the transfer window shuts at the end of the month.
Deal to be done involving loanee?
Miller thinks that perhaps some kind of deal could be done involving Ross McCrorie. McCrorie is currently on loan at Aberdeen from Rangers, but he is set to join the Dons at the end of the season.
“Aberdeen are set to pay £350,000 for Ross McCrorie in the summer, so there may be some scope within that deal when it comes to Wright potentially moving this month” he said (Evening Express).
“It would make sense”
“It’s a matter to be dealt with at board level and in these difficult financial times for clubs, it would make sense for the Dons if a deal can be wrapped up this month” Miller continued.
Miller feels that as the player has confirmed that he is to be a Rangers player, it would be for the best if he moved on soon.
“Although Wright could still contribute for the Reds in the second half of this season, the 23-year-old he has made his mind up that he’s joining Rangers. Now that his mind is made up I think a clean break would be best for everyone” Miller concluded.