Michael Beale’s tenure as Rangers boss came to an end on Sunday night when the club sacked him ten months after bringing him in.


Their 3-1 defeat at home against Aberdeen on Saturday was his last game in charge and the club are now on the lookout for a new boss.




Steven Davis has been given interim charge with Alex Rae as his assistant as Rangers look to conduct a thorough search for the next manager.


And it has been claimed that Rangers are under no pressure to make a quick decision on any candidate at the moment.



Davis will take charge of the Europa League clash against Aris Limassol on Thursday and St. Mirren on Sunday.


With the international break to follow after those two games, Rangers are keen to bide their time to identify the right man.



It has been claimed that former Chelsea boss Graham Potter has already made it clear that he is not interested in the Rangers job.


Former Rangers full-back and Yokohama F. Marinos coach Kevin Muscat is the bookmakers’ favourite to become the next top boss at Ibrox.


Davis cannot remain in interim charge beyond 12 weeks because he does not have a UEFA ‘A’ coaching licence.