RANGERS face new talks with Graeme Souness over an Ibrox return.
The 70-year-old was a recent guest at Ibrox and has been linked with a comeback to his old club as sporting director when Ross Wilson left.
Souness has no more transfer commitments following his decision to leave Sky last season and can therefore play a role at the side he played for and bossed in the 1980s.
Rangers are keen to get him involved and new chief executive James Bisgrove suggests he could be handed an ambassador role in the future. Gers bosses plan to sit down with Souey for talks.
Souness would return to Ibrox in any capacity, but only if the post was worthwhile and meaningful.
Gers boss Michael Beale is active in the transfer market, doing much of the work done by the former Wilson.
Souness revealed he wanted to stay longer with Sky Sports after announcing his surprise departure from the broadcaster.
At his last appearance on Sky in April after 15 years on the platform, he fought back tears.
The football legend teased a new job when asked if he would miss working at Sky.
He said: “Yes. But I talk to other people and we go back. There’s still life in the old dog.”
Meanwhile, former Rangers midfielder Alex Rae has opened up about how Paul Gascoigne helped him get sober.
He revealed: “He was remarkably helpful in helping me get my life back on track when we were going through difficult times together in 1998.”
“We were in rehab together and I was really struggling. After five days I wanted to do a runner.”
“The guy who ran it says, ‘Hang on a little longer, there’s a guy coming back, he’s been at it a month and he’s doing a few extra days a week for the time you’re in.’
“I literally wanted to run out the door on Friday and he came in and took me under his wing and from there I managed to be on track.”
“So I owe him a debt of gratitude for putting me back on the right track.”
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