Rangers are yet to name a successor to Pedro Caixinha since showing the Portuguese the exit door on the 26th of last month.
Action resumes in the SPFL this weekend as the international break nears its end, and the Glasgow outfit are likely to have interim boss Graeme Murty in the technical area when Hamilton come visiting.
Former Gers midfielder Charlie Adam has dubbed the board’s decision not to name a new manager soon enough embarrassing.
The Stoke City star claims the club are stalling in appointing Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes due to finances.
Adam revealed on the TalkSPORT Breakfast Show with Alan Brazil: “The board need to make an appointment. It’s getting embarrassing.
“I’m hearing that McInnes is close, but compensation is an issue. But they have to make a statement. They have the perfect time over the international break to sort it out.
“The more they dilly and dally over it, I’m not sure what will happen. I think it will come down to finances.”
McInnes has remained the bookies favorites for the Rangers job with Caixinha’s dismissal, and it appears the club also want their former star back as manager.
He has led the Dons to 2nd place finishes in the last 2 campaigns, and it’s widely believed he can help the Light Blues strongly challenge Celtic for the silverware.
If Adam’s claims are anything to go by, then Rangers risk losing McInnes to other suitors, as a couple of Championship sides will surely come for him by summer should he still remain at Aberdeen.