Major product of a cyclopropanol with silver ions

I'm having trouble predicting the major product of the reaction of 1-(chloro(cyclohexyl)methyl)​cyclopropan-1-ol and silver ions:

I thought that in presence of $\ce{Ag^+}$, the three-membered ring would open forming a ketone with chlorine atom in the $\alpha$-position. Then I thought that there might also be some migration of the ketonic group to the ring, but I'm not sure.

A common test for haloalkanes (save fluoroalkanes) is reaction with $\ce{AgNO3}$, which initially yields the corresponding silver halide and a carbocation intermediate. The formation of the insoluble salt is the driving force for the reaction: