According to Sky Sources, Rangers manager Mark Warburton has once again been linked with a job down south, only this time it is the more lucrative Premier League the Magic Hat is on the shortlist for.
With Swansea manager Garry Monk today fired from his position at the Liberty Stadium, and Sky Sources claiming former Swans’ boss Brendan Rodgers has ruled himself out of the running to return to Wales, the shortlist for the Premiership strugglers has been whittled down to out of work David Moyes, Gus Poyet and aforementioned Ibrox’ boss Warbs.
The previous links such as Reading and more substantially Fulham would have been easier to reject such was the clubs’ position in the English second tier, but a bite at the Promised Land’s apple would be a different temptation altogether for a manager whose stock has been on the rise ever since he stepped into the field at the end of 2013.
He famously took to Twitter to angrily dismiss the Fulham story, and did likewise during the pre-Raith press conference, but this is an EPL club and a different animal entirely.
This is certainly a story to keep an eye on.