'Rangers man' McLeish would listen to job offer

Following the sudden resignation of Mark Warburton, Rangers are now on the lookout for a new manager and the likes of Billy Davies and Alex McLeish have been linked with the hotseat at the Ibrox Stadium so far.

Candidate: Alex McLeish would find a Rangers return tough to turn down.

Ex-Rangers star Frank De Boer is another high profile manager who has been linked with a possible move to Scotland and the Dutchman has now gone on to make a huge revelation which is certain to please the club faithful.

Rangers now have Under-20s boss Graeme Murty in charge on a temporary basis following the departures of Warburton, his assistant David Weir and head of recruitment Frank McParland.

Rangers added in their statement that the trio, "wished to resign their positions and leave the Club", but it now looks like the resignations were accepted days later. "We are clearly short of where we expected to be at this time".

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But the 58-year-old told Sky Sports: "When you get asked to come to a club like Rangers then its for sure a decision to turn that down".

But Warburton led Rangers' training session on Friday as well as taking part in a news conference in the morning.

McParland, who was with Warburton at Brentford, is now on holiday in Dubai but ahead of the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round tie against Morton on Sunday, Warburton said: "I've said time and again - his track record is outstanding".

A recent 2-1 home defeat against Celtic and a 4-1 thrashing at Hearts had put Warburton's job security under the spotlight ahead of Sunday's Scottish Cup fifth round clash with Morton.

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