Rangers are yet to announce a permanent successor to Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox.
Former Scottish Premiership midfielder Michael Stewart has told BBC Sportscene Extra's Facebook Live Channel that Tony Pulis would make Rangers more competitive.
The Ibrox club are yet to appoint a replacement on a permanent basis after sacking Pedro Caixinha back in October, which has seen the Portuguese manager since take over at Mexican giants Cruz Azul.
The Mirror claimed that 59-year-old Pulis is being considered by Rangers board members after he lost his job at Premier League side West Bromwich Albion earlier this month.
Stewart responded when asked who he would appoint as Rangers manager, and discussed Pulis despite the presence of interim manager Graeme Murty who has won six of his nine games in charge.
"Tony Pulis is being touted now," Stewart said. "Certainly think that he would make them competitive, that's for sure. The big accusation that is thrown at Pulis' teams that they are agricultural."
Rangers' suffered a surprise 3-1 loss at Ibrox to St. Johnstone on Saturday and have now dropped back into third place behind Aberdeen and Celtic, with the Dons three points ahead and Celtic five.
The Gers are next in action against Kilmarnock on Saturday as they look to get back to winning ways, with Murty looking to prove why he deserves the full-time job instead of the likes of Pulis.
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