Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are on the hunt for a new manager following Pedro Caixinha's departure.
Richard Keys has claimed that Glasgow Rangers should be making a move to appoint Alex McLeish.
Rangers are looking for a new manager, following the departure of Pedro Caixinha yeterday.
The Portuguese boss was let go, following Rangers’ 1-1 with Kilmarnock on Wednesday evening.
Rangers are currently in fourth place in the Scottish Premiership table, and they still appear to have a lot of work to do before they turn into genuine title contenders again.
Rangers’ next managerial appointment will be crucial, as they look to stop Celtic continuing to dominate Scottish football.
And Keys has suggested that McLeish is the perfect man to take over at Ibrox.
If Rangers want available safe & successful - a serial winner - there’s only Alex McLeish.— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) October 27, 2017
McLeish has already had one spell in charge at Rangers, between 2001 and 2006, and he has experience of winning the league title with the Light Blues.
McLeish has been out of work since 2016, when he was sacked by Egyptian club Zamalek.