Rangers are hoping to finalize a deal to bring Queens Park Rangers manager Michael Beale back to Ibrox as Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s successor.
The 42-year-old spent three years at Glasgow under Steven Gerrard and could be announced as the club’s new boss within the next 24 hours.
Beale took over at QPR in the summer with his side currently seventh in the Championship.
Van Bronckhorst, who only held the position for 12 months, was fired Last week.
The Dutchman has been relieved of his duties after his Rangers side fell nine points behind Celtic in the Scottish Premiership title race.
The Ibrox side also had the worst Champions League group stage campaign, despite reaching the Europa League final last season.
Under Gerrard, Rangers halted Celtic’s bid for 10 league titles in 2021, with Beale then joining the former Liverpool captain at Aston Villa for the following campaign.