Gillingham are hoping to sign ex-Celtic winger Calvin Miller following his Parkhead departure.

Miller left Celts after 10 years having come through the academy ranks to make his first-team debut against Partick Thistle in 2016. And Gills boss Steve Evans has been keeping a close eye on the player.

The 22-year-old spent time on loan at Ayr United and Dundee after being unable to break into Neil Lennon's side, which was made all the more difficult as he had played under Brendan Rodgers at left-back despite being a naturally attacking player. Gillingham are seriously interested in Miller, who recently had a trial at Plymouth Argyle, and Herald and Times Sport understands his desire would be to move south and play in English football.

We can also exclusively reveal that there is interest from overseas in the Scotland under-21 international, including SC Kansas City in the MLS.

Miller made five first-team appearances for Celtic in four years. He could join former teammate Scott Robertson at Priestfield after the Gills signed the midfielder on a season-long loan this week.