By Amir Mir
Frank de Boer has revealed that he would “love to manage here” in Britain after a Rangers fan asked him if he wants to return to the club as boss.
Former Dutch defender de Boer played for the Glasgow club in 2004 and is currently a free agent after leaving his role at Inter Milan earlier on in the campaign.
Earlier this month the Gers revealed that Mark Warburton had handed in his resignation at the club, a claim which he later denied.
Nonetheless, at this moment in time, the Scottish club are now looking for a new man to take the helm at Ibrox with de Boer’s name being touted around.
During an interview, the Dutch legend was interrupted by a Rangers fan and was asked if he wants to return to the club as manager.
“I would love to manage here,” De Boer told the Daily Mail, as he gave a general answer about managing in the UK. “But the project has to be right. I told Liverpool I was honoured but I was only one year in at Ajax, it was too soon. I needed to achieve more, and I did.”
Graeme Murty is currently in caretaker charge of the club as he has picked up one win and suffered one defeat during his short time in charge.
Murty’s side suffered a 2-1 defeat at Dundee last time out as they fell further away in the Scottish Premiership table.
Rangers are in third place on 43 points from their 25 matches, six points behind second-placed Aberdeen and 30 points behind their Old Firm rivals Celtic.
In other Rangers news, odds have tumbled on this 45-year-old becoming the next Gers boss.