Former Rangers midfielder Joey Barton asked on The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Monday morning (8:11am, December 4, 2017) why the Ibrox club would not give the managerial role to caretaker-boss Graeme Murty.
Murty is in charge of the Rangers first team at the moment, having been given the role temporarily following the departure of Pedro Caixinha.
According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers are interested in appointing Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes as their new manager and will make a move soon.
Rangers, though, recently won back-to-back matches against Aberdeen and have gone second in the Scottish Premiership table for the time being.
Former Rangers and Newcastle United midfielder Barton, who had a short spell at Ibrox last season, has asked why the Gers are not giving the managerial job to Murty.
Barton asked on The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show on talkSPORT on Monday morning (8:11am, December 4, 2017): “They were talking about McInnes maybe getting it, weren’t they? Why would you give it to him if Murty has just turned them over? Why wouldn’t you give it to Murty?”