Frank Lampard is reportedley considering a return to club management with Scottish giants Rangers.
The Englishman has been looking for a new job ever since he left his temporary role with Chelsea at the end of last season.
The club legend was unable to turn their bleak form around at the second time of asking with the Blues ending the season in 12th place.
Lampard has appeared on numerous occasions as a pundit since, most recently on Monday Night Football, but is now open to a return to management according to the Telegraph.
Rangers are being touted as his most likely destination after the club sacked manager Micheal Beale over the weekend.
Lampard is on a four-man shortlist that also includes AZ Alkmaar manager Paul Jensen, Yokohoma Marino’s boss Kevin Muscat and former Monaco manager Paul Clement.
🚨 Frank Lampard is open for talks with Rangers as he is included on the initial manager candidate shortlist.
— Transfer News Live (@DeadlineDayLive) October 3, 2023