Rangers has finally accepted to sell their best milfeder to Liverpool

It has now been reported that a new manager name has made a “late play” to get the Rangers job over the likes of Philippe Clement and Kevin Muscat.

When will Rangers appoint a new manager?
It’s been well over a week since Ibrox chiefs opted to replace Michael Beale, with the Englishman overseeing a torrid start to this Scottish Premiership season. The Gers are seven points behind Old Firm and title rivals Celtic in the table, losing three games already and being booed off on multiple occasions. It quite simply hasn’t been good enough from a Rangers perspective, coming after Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s tenure didn’t exactly pull up trees either.
Releasing a statement last week, the Rangers official website said:

“Results this season have fallen short of what everyone connected to Rangers would expect.

Therefore, the decision was reached today to terminate the contract of the manager, as well as the contracts of coaches Neil Banfield, Damian Matthew, Harry Watling and Jack Ade.”
 Sky Sports recently shared that the Teddy Bears, in their effort to find Beale’s successor, have been conducting the final rounds of interviews in London this week. Both Clement and Muscat are now the two leading contenders for the Rangers job, having beaten a plethora of names to the front of the queue. Former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, ex-Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner, AZ Alkmaar’s Pascal Jansen, Ryan Lowe, Billy Davies and Graham Potter, John Eustace and Scott Parker have all been mentioned as candidates since Beale’s sacking, but all of the aformentioned are no longer in the running.
It is believed that the Rangers manager chase is well and truly hotting up, with some reports suggesting that a Gers managerial decision is now “imminent” (TEAMtalk). Indeed, a Clement manager update this week claimed he is now frontrunners for the Rangers hot seat, but there is apparently now a very late alternative contender.
Some Rangers manager news on Nena Bjelica, who very recently departed Turkish Super Lig side Trabzonspor, indicates he has “made a late play” to replace Beale and wishes to hold talks with the Glasgow side’s board. The Croatian, who’s managed a host of sides including Dinamo Zagreb and Lech Poznan, is apparently eager to find a new job quickly.

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