After a poor Champions League campaign and falling nine points behind league leaders Celtic, the Glasgow club sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
On Monday, Rangers confirmed that they have appointed Michael Beale as the successor to Van Bronckhorst.
The 42-year-old previously worked at Ibrox as Steven Gerrard’s first team coach and helped Rangers clinch the Scottish Premiership title in 2020/21 season.
Beale, before joining Gerrard’s coaching staff at Ibrox, worked with youngsters in Liverpool’s Under-16 and Under-23 squads.
And It has been claimed that the new Rangers boss is expected to provide first-team opportunities to a host of youngsters in the form of Lowry, McCann, Devine and Lovelace.
While McCann, Devine, and Loveace have all made one senior appearance so far this season in the Scottish League Cup, Lowery also made one in the Champions League.
Rangers’ first game under Beale will be against Hibernian on 15th December.