Sky Bet League One side Gillingham boss Justin Edinburgh has played down a possible bid for Dover Athletic striker Ricky Miller, saying the asking fee is far too much, according to Kent Online.
The 27-year-old has already hit the net on 22 occasions for his team, who compete in the National League, in all competitions and as a result has gained interest from a number of Football League clubs.
However, despite liking the look of Miller, Edinburgh is not keen on the forward’s price tag.
Ricky Miller is out of contract in the summer, so should Dover reject any bid in January if it doesn’t meet their demands, then he may be looking for a new employer in the summer as a free agent.
The Hatfield-born man joined his current team having been released by League Two outfit Luton Town in July 2015 following an arrest in connection to assault, but since been cleared.
Miller has failed to settle down anywhere with his time at Dover being his longest stint at any club, eighteen months so far.
Peterborough United, Gillingham’s League One rivals, and Lincoln City and Forest Green Rovers of the National League are also interested in the services of Ricky Miller.
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