Celtic, Rangers: Both clubs should act fast to sign the upcoming Scottish star

Celtic, Rangers: Both clubs should act fast to sign the upcoming Scottish star

Motherwell’s Lennon Miller, at just 17 years old, has caught the attention of football scouts after his impressive performance against Celtic. His skillful turn and assist for Blair Spittal’s opening goal have put him in the spotlight as a potential transfer target.

Miller’s talent is not surprising given his lineage; he is the son of former Scotland international Lee Miller. The young midfielder has been making waves since joining Motherwell’s first team last season, drawing comparisons to Steven Gerrard and Billy Gilmour.

Charlie Mulgrew, a pundit for Sky Sports, praised Miller’s maturity on the field during Sunday’s televised match. He highlighted Miller’s intelligence and composure under pressure, suggesting that both Rangers or Celtic should consider signing him immediately.

Despite calls from fans for Rangers to make a move for Miller, who grew up with Ibrox youth Bailey Rice, James McFadden urges patience. The ex-Motherwell legend believes it is crucial to let Miller develop further before thrusting him into bigger challenges.

Reflecting on his own performance, Miller remains humble despite earning accolades for his assist against Celtic. He expressed disappointment over Motherwell not securing points but acknowledged his contribution to the game.

Celtic managed to bounce back in the second half with Adam Idah scoring an equalizer followed by a winning goal in injury time. This victory narrowed their gap behind leaders Rangers to two points after Rangers’ convincing win over Hearts.

As this young talent continues to shine on the pitch, it will be interesting to see if any major clubs take Mulgrew’s advice and secure Miller’s signature sooner rather than later.

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