Pundit ‘perplexed’ by Beale to Rangers rumours after QPR boss boasted about ‘integrity’
Reports that Queens Park Rangers manager Michael Beale is set to join Scottish giants Rangers have “perplexed” Simon Jordan.
Beale turned down the opportunity to join Premier League club Wolves earlier this season.
The QPR boss stated that “loyalty” and “integrity” are very important to him and that he didn’t want to jump ship so soon after joining the London outfit.
Beale’s side were top of the Championship at the time, but are currently on a five-match winless run and sit seventh in the second tier.
Rangers are a bigger club than Wolves and will give Beale the opportunity to manage in Europe every season.
The former Aston Villa assistant was also Steven Gerrard’s right-hand man at Ibrox and helped the Gers win their 55th Scottish league title in 2021.
However, after stating how much “integrity” meant to him after rejecting Wolves, Beale looks set to depart QPR for the Glasgow club.
This has surprised pundit Simon Jordan, who believes joining Rangers is a “big risk” for Beale.
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