According to reports from the Daily Mail, Scottish side Rangers are eyeing up a move for Leeds United boss Garry Monk to fill their current vacant managerial position.
Mark Warburton sensationally resigned from his post as manager of Rangers recently and although the 54-year-old has gone on to refute claims that he willingly departed from his role at the Ibrox Stadium, the fact of the matter remains that the Gers are currently on the lookout for a new manager.
While a chance of managing Rangers may seem like a poisoned chalice at the moment due to the uncertainty surrounding the club, many would surely jump at the opportunity of leading the historic Scottish club and a host of high profile names have already been linked to the position.
Monk wanted by Leeds
The likes of Frank De Boer, Billy Davies and Alex McLeish among others, are just some of the men being touted to join Rangers and now shock in reports from the Daily Mail, revelations can be made that the Gers hierarchy are currently planning a move for Leeds United boss Garry Monk as well.
Monk joined Leeds in the summer and has done a wonderful job at Elland Road, guiding the Whites to a strong promotion charge for a berth in the Premier League.
Despite Monk already establishing himself as a very popular figure in Yorkshire, there is speculation surrounding the future of the 37-year-old has he is currently only on a one year rolling contract at Elland Road and as a result, Rangers are believed to be hopeful of luring the ex-Swansea City boss to the Ibrox Stadium.