Uk news Hasenhuttl and Muscat out of the Rangers running as 2 hurdles for Beale fall PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Southampton boss and Yokohama F Marinos manager have been linked with the Ibrox hot seat.

Uk news Hasenhuttl and Muscat out of the Rangers running as 2 hurdles for Beale fall PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Southampton boss and Yokohama F Marinos manager have been linked with the Ibrox hot seat.

Uk news Hasenhuttl and Muscat out of the Rangers running as 2 hurdles for Beale fall PremierLeague-News.Com
22 November 2022 - 22:31

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Ralph Hasenhuttl is not in the running to become the next Rangers manager as Michael Beale ’s path to the job he craves became that bit clearer. But Ibrox chiefs still have half-a-dozen candidates on their list as they ramp up their attempts to quickly secure Giovanni van Bronckhorst ’s successor. Austrian Hasenhuttl has decided he wants to take a break after being sacked by Southampton earlier this month. The 55-year-old will take some time out and recharge his batteries before he decides on his next challenge. Hasenhuttl has been linked with the vacant Rangers job because Ibrox sporting director Ross Wilson had previously hired him at St Mary’s. But he will not be heading north and neither is Kevin Muscat likely to return to his former club. Queens Park Rangers boss Beale is still very much in the frame and his club told Record Sport yesterday they wouldn’t stand in his way if he wanted to return to Ibrox. Read More Related Articles Transfer news LIVE as Celtic and Rangers plus Hibs, Aberdeen and Hearts eye signings Read More Related Articles Rangers next manager hunt LIVE as Sean Dyche's 'hunger' tipped to drive Ibrox move Beale has previously been a first-team coach at Rangers under Steven Gerrard. There was a lot of speculation Rangers had agreed to meet Beale’s release clause last night but that was played down by sources on both sides. The 42-year-old has recently snubbed a move to Premier League Wolves because he had said he had unfinished business at Loftus Road.

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. Ibrox managing director Stewart Robertson and sporting director Wilson are both in London just now, looking to narrow down their short list. Record Sport understands Rangers have six or seven candidates in mind and they plan to whittle that down over the coming days before putting things to their board. Kevin Muscat Another name to have been floated is Sean Dyche, who worked with Wilson at Watford. The ex-Burnley boss has been heavily backed in the betting market, although doubts remain whether he would prefer to hold out for another English Premier League job. J-League-winning Yokohama F. Marinos boss Muscat and ex-Middlesbrough boss Chris Wilder have both been linked but are unlikely to make the final cut. Bodo Glimt manager Kjetil Knutsen has also distanced himself from the post, while Peter Bosz, Sinisa Mihajlovic and Francesco Fariolo are all keen to hold talks with Rangers. Maccabi Haifa’s Barak Bajhar has also been muted but was never a serious candidate for the job. Van Bronckhorst has left but his backroom staff, including Dave Vos and Roy Maakay, still remain in place, although the Rangers first team is currently on holiday. READ NEXT Read More Related Articles Dave King calls for Rangers chairman Douglas Park to go as former chief ramps up bitter feud Read More Related Articles Rangers gave van Bronckhorst 'limited' investment as ally of axed boss details final Ibrox board plea Read More Related Articles David Martindale in smirking next Rangers boss response as Livingston gaffer names 'good fit' for Ibrox hot seat Read More Related Articles Rangers need Neil Lennon as next manager not some nonentity Ange wouldn't lose a wink over - Hotline Read More Related Articles Kris Boyd slapped down live on Sky as Rangers legend accuses host of tampering with his England player ratings

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