Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are next in action against Celtic at the weekend, but Graeme Murty is expected to remain in charge.
According to a report in the Glasgow Evening Times, Pedro Caixinha will not be in charge of Glasgow Rangers for their match against Celtic.
Caixinha has reportedly been told by Rangers’ board that the job at Ibrox is his if he wants it.
It is believed that the Portuguese boss is keen to become Mark Warburton’s successor, but his appointment is not expected to be announced before the weekend.
Rangers are set to take on Celtic in the Old-Firm derby on Sunday, with Graeme Murty expected to be left in interim charge.
Murty has been in charge for five matches at Rangers, and has had mixed success during his time at the helm.
Rangers have won three times with Murty as interim boss, but they have also suffered two damaging defeats.
Rangers go into their match against Celtic as the heavy underdogs to win the tie.
Rangers have already lost three times to the Bhoys this season, with Brendan Rodgers’ side still unbeaten in domestic action.