as reported by the birmingham mail,
Rangers have suspended striker Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace after reports of a bust up with manager Graeme Murty following Sunday’s Scottish Cup hammering by Celtic.
Former Wolves man Miller and team-mate Lee Wallace are understood to have rounded on Murty following the 4-0 semi-final defeat at Hampden. The club are now investigating.
Former Scotland striker Miller, 38 was an unused substitute at the weekend while left-back and club captain Wallace, 30, has been sidelined since mid-September because of injury.
Miller’s contract runs out at the end of the season, while Scotland international Wallace has a year left on his deal.
Miller spent five years at Wolves between 2001-06, was part of the team which reached the Premiership in 2003 and scored 63 times in 191 appearances.
He went on to play for Celtic, Derby and is now in his third spell at Ibrox.
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Wolves have reportedly made contact with long-standing target Anderson Talisca.
Turkish website Fotomac states that Wolves have reminded the Benfica star’s agent of their interest in the forward.
The website claims that Wolves have been in touch with his manager Carlos Leite, only to be reminded that his future is in the hands of Besiktas.
The Brazilian is into the second season of a two-year loan at Turkish side Besiktas from Benfica and he’s been finding the net regularly.
He currently has 18 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions this season.
The 24-year-old is also being eyed by Manchester United and Liverpool.
Besiktas are thought to have first refusal on a permanent deal in the summer, having provided him with regular football and a platform to perform.
There have been reports recently that the Turkish side may secure a permanent deal before selling him for a profit in the same window.
Nuno Espirito Santo and the Wolves hierarchy will have one eye on preparations for the Premier League now after securing promotion.
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Wanderers have, of course, been active in their recruitment of Portuguese based players in recent windows.
Benik Afobe and Willy Boly are ready to sign on the dotted line and turn their Wolves loan deals into permanent moves.
Wolves officials want to spend £10m each on the pair as they look to build the team for their return to the