The RANGERS want to get a top job for club legend Graeme Souness at the second attempt.
After initial talks a few weeks ago, the Scottish giants plan to meet their former manager for a final summit.
Souness, 70, would return to Ibrox in any capacity, but only if the post was worthwhile and meaningful.
Gers boss Michael Beale is active in the transfer market, doing much of the work done by former director of football Ross Wilson.
Souness is based in Dorset but would return to Glasgow regularly for his youth club if the job made a difference.
The Scot revealed he wanted to stay longer at Sky Sports.
At his last appearance on Sky in April after 15 years on the platform, he fought back tears.
Speak with The guardSouness was asked if it was his or Sky’s decision to split, to which he replied: “Mutual. I mean, I really wanted to stay another year.”
“They thought it would be a good idea for us to break up, gave their reasons and I accepted that and have no complaints about Sky.”
“I worked for them for maybe 15 years – but it’s more like 20 years.”
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“They’ve been great for me, they’ve given me the weekends to look forward to and the excitement of live football.”
Souness had hinted at a new job when asked if he will miss Sky.
He said: “Yes. But I talk to other people and we go back. There’s still life in the old dog.”