Graeme Murty has left his role as Rangers manager just two days after his side's 5-0 thrashing by Celtic, according to Sky Sports news.
There has been widespread speculation in the British media that the club is in talks with former Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, who has been a youth coach at his former club since retiring from the LA Galaxy in 2016.
But, even if the 37-year-old, who is now the under-18 coach at Liverpool, accepts the job this week, he will not take charge until June.
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"Graeme has had to contend with hard and challenging circumstances but conducted himself in a thoroughly professional manner".
He leaves the team third in the table, above fourth only on goal difference, and it will fall on Nicholl and Johansson to try to see off the challenge of Aberdeen and Hibernian and finish second.
It's not yet known who will take charge for the above trio of matches as 3rd-placed Rangers bid to claim the runners-up spot behind champions Celtic.
Rangers added that Murty "will take some time to consider his options, which include returning to his role at the Rangers Academy".
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The former Fulham midfielder said that the stumbling block for Gerrard taking the job relates to questions about Rangers' resources.
"Me and my wife used to sit in the city, hold hands and hope it would get better".
"He has cut his teeth at Liverpool with the young lads there and at some point Steven is going to step out of that and go into managing men, managing a first team".
"It is going to be a big one but I think he could be the one who could hopefully change the fortunes", he told BBC Sport.
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