Rangers legend Laudrup held talks with Charles Green about becoming a Rangers’ ambassador.
Laudrup said: “There were rumours a couple of years back that I was asked by Charles Green about becoming an ambassador and it was true, but then he left! And I never heard anything from him. Any former player would love to help out in any way.”
Laudrup held talks with Green back in 2012, when the businessman was named chief executive when his company took over the history of the club.
However, talks never progressed that far, as Green remained in charge for just over a year, and Laudrup has confirmed that the former CEO stopped talking to him after making an initial approach.
Green is no longer involved with the club, and is currently under investigation for his purchase of the Gers, but Laudrup has admitted he would love to help out the club in any way considering his playing ties.
There are no indications the current management have made any moves to get Laudrup involved at Ibrox, but he sounds keen on such a role.
Danish legend Laudrup spent four years at Rangers as a player, winning three league titles and scoring 33 goals in 116 appearances.