Rangers look set to announce Giovanni Van Bronckhorst as the club’s new manager after the departure of Steven Gerrard to Aston Villa.
According to report, the Ibrox club has held talks with the Dutch man and is set to unveil him as the club’s head coach which is expected to come on Friday.
Steven Gerrard left for England leaving fans of the club fuming.they wanted more of his services following the success he has recorded with the club in the short time.
Rangers won the Scottish Premiership title with Gerrard last season without losing a single league match, achieving their first league title in 10 years and their 55th top-flight title overall.
However, former player Van Bronckhorst has been offered the vacant space Gerrard leave behind.
It may takes some days before his final arrival to the club due to Visa and working permit delay and other related things.
The club announced on Tuesday, that experienced striker Jermain Defoe would help lead the team’s preparations for Hampden, along with fellow coaches Brian Gilmour, David McCallum and Colin Stewart.
Van Bronckhorst played as a midfielder for Rangers between 1998 and 2001, and won five major trophies with the club. He is now returning in almost 20 years ago when he left the Ibrox.
Rangers presently are top of the Scottish Premiership with four points above second place Celtic.