Mick Beale: Rangers set to approach QPR for permission to hold talks with head coach
Rangers are expected to request permission from Queens Park Rangers to speak to head coach Mick Beale over the vacant managerial position at Ibrox.
If granted, it is believed Beale - who has a good relationship with figures at the club - would be interested in holding talks over becoming Rangers' 18th permanent manager, following the sacking of Giovanni van Bronckhorst on Monday.
However, it is understood the club are also considering other targets, with no official approach yet made for any one individual.
Gers sporting director Ross Wilson has been working through a thorough shortlist, with several names like Sean Dyche, Kjetil Knutsen and Gerardo Seoane also linked to the role.
It is understood QPR director of football Les Ferdinand will not block any official approach from Rangers, if the Ibrox board move for Beale - a stance the London club took when Wolves made their move for the 42-year-old.
Beale was part of Steven Gerrard's backroom team at Rangers that won the club's 55th top-flight title in 2021 before leaving for Aston Villa last November with Gerrard.
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