Miller told BBC Radio Scotland’s Sportsound: “If you’re getting £20million for Alfredo Morelos, then there is some real strengthening you can do on that squad. If he stays, you are guaranteed 25 goals minimum. It’s hard to replace that.
“It all depends on where his head’s at because he did go off the boil as well. Not just him, the whole team went off the boil in the second half of the season.
“I wouldn’t point the finger at Alfredo because he did go off the boil but he still got 28 goals prior to that in five to six months of the season.
“I think he will go. I have no information on that, I don’t know where he will go. But the noises even from Alfredo from the last few seasons, I think he does want to move on. I think that’s quite obvious.
“I think he does love it at Rangers but he wants to move on and progress. I think it could be time for the club to take advantage of the money they could get for him.”
The former Scottish international doesn’t have any insider knowledge but he says he gets the feeling the Colombian international is angling for a move away from the club:
“I think he’ll go. I’ve no information on that, I don’t know where he’ll go. But the noises even from Alfredo over the last few seasons I think he does want to move on.”
“I think that’s quite obvious, I think he does love it at Rangers but he wants to move on and progress.”
Morelos has stated on more than one occasion that he has ambitions of playing in a bigger league, but the Gers won’t let the 23-year-old go on the cheap.
West Ham, Newcastle, Aston Villa, Leicester and Crystal Palace are said to be among the interested clubs but with the Premier League transfer window only expected to open in August following the end of the league season, it could be a while before any team makes a move for him.
After scoring 29 goals this season, Rangers supporters will certainly be hoping the club turn down potential suitors for Morelos and keep the Colombian for another season at least.