Giovanni van Bronckhorst has indicated that the way he left Rangers could play a part if Feyenoord want him back as their new coach following Arne Slot’s departure.


Slot is set to succeed Jurgen Klopp as the new manager of Liverpool at the end of the season.


Feyenoord are looking for a new manager and Van Bronckhorst has been linked with a return to the Rotterdam club this summer.



He won the Eredivisie and the Dutch Cup at Feyenoord and later took Rangers to the Europa League final.


The Dutchman also won the Scottish Cup at Rangers, but was sacked in 2022 following a bad start to the season at Ibrox.



Van Bronckhorst also had a playing career at Rangers and conceded that the way it ended for him at Ibrox could play a part in this thinking if Feyenoord want him back.


Asked if Slot’s success would play a part if he is asked to return to Feyenoord, Van Bronckhorst told RTL (via “I don’t know if that makes it difficult, but those are things you think about.



“I was at Rangers as a player and then left as a manager in a way that I didn’t want.


“Those are things you also think about, of course.”


His successor at Rangers, Michael Beale, was sacked a year later following another poor start to the season.