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Parker interested in Rangers’ job with Lampard and Clement also in contention

Scott Parker is reportedly keen to become the next manager of Rangers

The Gers are searching for a new boss after dismissing Michael Beale earlier this week

Steve Davis is currently serving as interim manager and was in charge when the Scottish giants lost 2-1 to Aris Limassol in the Europa League last night. 

Former Fulham boss Scott Parker is interested in filling the vacancy at Rangers, per the Daily Mail

But he faces competition for the job as Frank Lampard is also keen to replace Beale at Ibrox. The 45-year-old was most recently the caretaker boss at Chelsea from April to May. 

HLN claim that Philippe Clement is also in the picture after travelling to Glasgow for talks earlier this week.

Parker has been out of work since leaving Belgian champions Club Brugge in March. 

The 42-year-old was unsuccessful, but he boasts experience managing clubs in the Premier League. 

The former West Ham United midfielder led Fulham to promotion from the Championship via the play-offs in 2020.

But he couldn’t prevent his side from an immediate return to the second tier the following year.  

Parker also achieved Premier League promotion as Bournemouth manager but left the club in August last year after a disagreement with the board over transfer policy. 

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