According to the Daily Record, Derek Mclnnes may have to quit his role as manager of Aberdeen in order to speak to Rangers about the managerial vacancy.
Since parting ways with Pedro Caixinha, the Gers have been strongly linked with Mclnnes and had an approach rejected by their rivals Aberdeen on Tuesday evening.
Despite this, the Gers board are still keen on recruiting Mclnnes and are expected to make another offer over the coming days.
Aberdeen chief Stewart Milne is however keen on holding onto the manager and will hold talks with him on Wednesday afternoon to discuss the situation.
Mclnnes reportedly wishes to negotiate with Rangers about the possibility of him succeeding Caixinha as manager of the club.
Though they have been below par in recent years, Rangers are traditionally one of the biggest clubs in Scottish football and this will make the prospect of managing them something attractive for Mclnnes.