Peter Lovenkrands is looking to get out of Ibrox.
The Dane has been Reserve Team coach since June 2018, sharing duties with Graeme Murty, but now wants to move out and become a manager.
The Sun reports:
Now current Rangers reserve team coach Lovenkrands is keen to take over at Rugby Park. The former Ibrox playing hero has formally applied for the role and is on a list of targets drawn up by the club’s head of football operations James Fowler.
On Tuesday Kilmarnock announce the sacking of Angelo Alessio just six months after taking over from Steve Clarke at Rugby Park.
Since he works at Ibrox Lovenkrands will inevitably be highly rated. With a projected shortfall of £10m for this season the Ibrox club won’t stand in the way of Lovenkrands moving out with Murty ready to take on any task at the club.
On Thursday the Daily Record revealed that five players would be leaving in January with Steven Gerrard confirming the story without naming the players involved.
Gerrard has gone on record to say that Alfredo Morelos won’t be sold next month which severely restricts options for raising £10m.
That figure doesn’t include the pay out to Sports Direct which is expected to be announced on January 17 and will run to many millions of pounds.