Former Motherwell boss Stuart McCall has been offered the manager’s job at Rangers, reports Sky Sports.
McCall is currently working with the Scottish national team under Gordon Strachan, and has been offered the job short term at the Glasgow club.
A move to bring in McCall could possibly lead to the third head coach the club has had this season with Kenny McDowall currently at the club following Ally McCoist’s placement on gardening leave earlier in the campaign.
The ex-Everton player was at Rangers for seven years from 1991 to 1998, playing 284 times and scoring 19 goals. The Scottish giants have had a disappointing season in the Championship and are 12 points of first placed Hearts. Hibernian are also ahead of them by two points in second.
Moves to bring in the 50 year old manager are part of new chairman-elect Dave King’s plans for the club, having taken over last week, after he overthrew a group of directors who had been backed by Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley.