The vacant managerial position at Glasgow Rangers has proven to show a lot of interest already, with the Ibrox outfit expecting there to be more in the coming days, according to the club’s official website.
The Gers dismissed Pedro Caixinha towards the end of last month after a run of disappointing results, as well as reported rifts among some of his more senior players in the squad.
Now, Rangers have released the news that they have already received numerous amounts of applications for the vacant role and are anticipating a further influx towards the end of next week.
Speculation about the job has seen such managers like Steve McClaren, Derek McInnes and Giovanni Van Bronckhorst all being linked to replace the departed Portuguese, however, the club was quick to announce no decision has been made.
Rangers appear to be in no rush about naming their successor, although Graeme Murty has been doing a fine job in interim charge, as they look to consider all possible options they have available to them.
The Light Blues have also confirmed that they have not interviewed any applicant, however, fans could start to become worried at the amount of time the board will be taking to name a new manager.
Supporters may start to become concerned at the news that there have been no developments in their search for a new boss, as the longer they leave it, the real possibility that the interested parties may not wait around for the club to come calling.
Rangers currently sit fourth in the Scottish Premiership, six points behind leaders and arch-rivals Glasgow Celtic, as they look to try and reduce the gap between them and Brendan Rodgers’ side.