Former Nottingham Forest boss Steve McClaren reportedly set for talks about Rangers job


Former Nottingham Forest boss Steve McClaren has reportedly been approached by Rangers about taking charge at Ibrox.

McClaren is currently a coach at Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel, but according to The Sun, he is wanted by the Scottish giants.

Rangers are looking for a replacement for Pedro Caixinha, who became the club’s shortest serving manager when he was sacked after just 229 days at the helm.

Another ex-Reds chief in Alex McLeish, along with David Moyes and Alan Pardew have been linked with the job, as has Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes.

The latter is said to be keen on the role, but The Sun claims Rangers are reluctant to meet the £750,000 compensation fee for his services, leading to McClaren emerging as a leading candidate.

It is said the Glasgow club plan to meet with the 56-year-old former Reds, Derby County and England chief for talks this week, with McClaren able to make the move without the need for a fee.

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