RANGERS could go back to the future with ANOTHER associate of Steven Gerrard, according to a report.
Belae (right) was Gerrard’s lieutenant at Rangers and Aston Villa before going it alone and returning to Ibrox[/caption]
Gerrard picked up several boss gongs before landing the club’s 55th title in 2021[/caption]
Another old pal could be in Ibrox cheifs’ sights, according to a report[/caption]
The man in question is a childhood team-mate of Gerrard from his Liverpool days currently plying his trade in the English Championship.
The Daily Record claims Ibrox top brass have sounded out Deepdale contacts for a steer on the fee required for the ex-Plymouth boss.
North End are currently third in the Championship after their best start to a season in almost a CENTURY.
But the report claims the Gers may seek to prise their manager away after he forged a “no-nonsense reputation for delivering an attractive, attacking brand ofwhile revamping underachieving squads in a ruthless “.
AZ Alkmaar’s Pascal Jansen is also highly fancied in the bookies’, but odds on ex-Gers players have tumbled throughout Tuesday.
Both he and the Eredivisie boss are reportedly keen to speak to Ibrox officials.
Killie boss McInnes is now 8/1 having opened the day at 12/1.
Caretaker boss Davis is in his first ever management role but has seen his odds shrink from 16-1 onto 11/2 and even 9/2 on Skybet.
Even Duncan Ferguson, who got off to a winning start as Caledonian Thistle boss on Saturday in has gone from 150/1 to 50/1 after a series of bets on the ex-Everton man.
He appeared on Monday Night Football and admitted life away from the game was “good – stress free!”.Sports’