With so much talk surrounding the managerial position at Ibrox right now, the Rangers fans propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern are just hoping the situation is resolved as quickly as possible.
Which is why the Gers in the bar have reacted so well to reports from the Daily Record claiming top brass atop the marble staircase have jetted into London to interview candidates for Mark Warburton’s successor.
While our locals do believe caretaker boss Graeme Murty is doing all he can at the moment, the news has gone down a storm.
They claim former Gers chief Alex McLeish is amongst those in the frame to take over from Warburton, as well as Pedro Caixinha (a rather left-field suggestion), who reportedly almost joined in 2015. He’s understood to be raking in a cool £2m-per-year in the Middle East, though the SPFL side are said to be confident the route they can offer to the English Premier League could be very tempting indeed.
McLeish, who won a treble with Rangers, has been out of work since being sacked by Zamalek last May and is believed to be keen on the idea of a return.
Director Graeme Park and MD Stewart Robinson are thought to be in London beginning the process as they ramp up attempts to bring in a new man.
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