Frank Lampard could be making a return to coaching soon as talks are going on with Rangers, MySportDab reports.
The former Chelsea boss have been out of job since the beginning of the season after spending last campaign ending at Stamford Bridge.
Rangers are looking to bring in Frank Lampard as their new manager if everything goes well with talks that are going on right now.
The Chelsea legend isn’t the only name linked to the job as the likes of Kevin Muscat, Derek McInnes and Oliver Glasner are lined up for the vacant position right now.
Frank Lampard was said to have held a huge talks with those at Rangers as they eye him to become their new manager going forward.
Lampard recent job was taking over as Chelsea coach for the remainder of the season following the sack of Graham Potter which ended in May.
Rangers are however hoping he could become their new manager with his experience which have seen him achieve success despite his recent job.
Michael Beale was the man who was taking care of things with the Scottish club before he was sacked due to his poor run of form.
His sack came early in the month when Rangers lost against Aberdeen 3-1 leaving the side third on the table for the season.
Reports reaching us confirmed that Frank Lampard held talks with those at Rangers last night in London over the possibilities of him taking over.
There are no other information yet as we wait to see if the Chelsea legend will be offered a way back into coaching after bad spell with Everton and Chelsea.
Frank Lampard is hoping to make a return as quickly as possible with him looking to revive himself and put his name back on top teams radar just like after his time with Derby.