Neil Warnock Anticipates Bojan Miovski Transfer, Hints at Rangers Interest

Former manager Neil Warnock has hinted at a potential transfer move involving the North Macedonian forward Bojan Miovski, with Rangers emerging as one of the interested parties.

Despite Aberdeen’s challenging season, Miovski has stood out, showcasing his talent with 14 goals and two assists in 31 Scottish Premiership appearances. Warnock, acknowledging Miovski’s impressive performance, suggests that the 24-year-old’s future might lie elsewhere, with both Rangers and Celtic expressing potential interest in securing his services.

Warnock, speaking on talkSPORT, expressed his views on Miovski’s potential transfer, stating, “I think they possibly will sell him in the summer. I think obviously the top two [Rangers and Celtic], he would fit in with them as well because he works hard.”

The former manager also highlighted Miovski’s work ethic and goal-scoring ability, citing his notable performance against Rangers where he displayed immense dedication on the field. Warnock added, “He did about 10km running when we played Rangers, he worked his socks off, but he’s a good finisher and I think it’s done him a world of good going to Aberdeen.”

Warnock’s comments shed light on the growing speculation surrounding Miovski’s future and the potential interest from Rangers. As the summer transfer window approaches, all eyes will be on Aberdeen and the emerging developments regarding Miovski’s transfer saga.