Terry Butcher’s response when asked if Mark Warburton would leave Rangers

Mark Warburton

Rangers boss Mark Warburton will not leave Ibrox in the summer, suggests former Gers star Terry Butcher.

Terry Butcher suggested on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Monday morning (broadcast from 6am, April 18) that Rangers manager Mark Warburton will not leave the club in the summer.

Warburton was appointed the Rangers boss in the summer of 2015 and has a contract until June 2018.

The Englishman has been a huge success at Ibrox already and could win the treble in his very first season in charge of the Gers.

Rangers have won the Scottish Championship title already this campaign and will feature in the Scottish Premiership next season.

The Glasgow giants have also clinched the Scottish Challenge Cup and have progressed to the final of the Scottish Cup.

Warburton’s side got the better of Old Firm rivals Celtic in the semi-finals of the prestigious cup competition at Hampden Park in Glasgow on Sunday afternoon.

Former Rangers star Butcher believes that Warburton will remain at the Ibrox outfit next season even if he is approached by other clubs in the summer.

“When you are at Rangers and you have just beaten Celtic, you are in a final, you have got promoted, things are going so well, there’s no place you would rather be,” said Butcher on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Monday morning (broadcast from 6am, April 18) when asked if Warburton could leave Rangers at the end of the season.

“You wouldn’t want to go anywhere else. A lot of people don’t know the size of Rangers and Celtic. When you are at these clubs and they are doing well, there’s nowhere else to go. Why should you go anywhere else?”

Warburton is very popular among the Rangers fans, and there is no reason for him to leave at the end of the season.

The Englishman could make himself a legend at Ibrox if he guides the club to the Scottish Premiership title in the next two years.

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