Rangers fired Lennon Miller transfer warning as Philippe Clement launches quest to discover where the limit is

Stuart Kettlewell has warned Rangers that Motherwell won't roll over when it comes to selling Lennon Miller.

The Ibrox club have reportedly had the Fir Park starlet watched over pre-season as the son of former Falkirk and Aberdeen striker Lee continues to shine for the Steelmen despite his young age. Philippe Clement is in the midst of a Gers rebuild and having snapped up Connor Barron from Aberdeen, he's looking at another young Scottish talent for further down the line.

Celtic had also been credited with an interest in Well striker Theo Bair. but Kettlewell bullishly set his stall out as he fielded questions on potential bids for his stars, insisting Motherwell have a value that must be met before anyone moves on, and that bigger clubs will never dictate what they accept for their players. "That's the case for anybody," he said. "I've just been asked the question about Theo (Bair) as well. Clearly there's been interest in Theo. We value the player and that's the most important thing to the football club.

"Yeah we've got good players, but the idea of just any named team, it doesn't matter whether it's Rangers or anybody else that's been linked with Theo Bair or any player historically at this football club, the most important thing is that we sit down and have a value on a player. If that player is to go, then it needs to be at that value.

"Bigger clubs coming in and telling us they want our player and we've just to roll over is never going to be thing. I don't wish any of these guys' careers away from Motherwell. But if that situation happens, which it has many, many times here, then it always has to be at the value the football club sets. It's not what the potential buying club says they want to pay."

Meanwhile, Philippe Clement is set to test his current charges to their limits after they played their first pre-season game. A goalless draw with Standard Liege during a pre-season training camp in the Netherlands saw Clement react on social media.

Meanwhile: "First game after a few intense training days! Testing our limits to become a better team."