Glasgow Rangers are considering offering Stuart McCall the chance to return to Ibrox as manager as they seek to replace Pedro Caixinha.
The Aberdeen boss is Rangers' top target but the Light Blues will have to pay a hefty compensation fee to the Dons.
McCall is a Rangers legend from his time as player as part of the team which helped win nine league titles in a row.
He has already managed the club once, taking charge in 2015 after Ally McCoist's departure, but did not land the job full time.
McCall is currently the manager of Bradford City in England's League One, guiding them to the play-offs last season, and this year they sit in third place.
He spent four years managing Motherwell, which followed a previous spell in charge at Bradford City.