We know that Steven Gerrard has been inked with Leeds United, and now a new report has claimed that another former Rangers manager, Graeme Murty, could have been working at Elland Road too.
Former Rangers boss Graeme Murty had Leeds interview
Murty was appointed as head coach of the Rangers development squad in August 2016.
The Scotsman was the Rangers caretaker-manager in 2017 and was in charge of the first team for the second half of the 2017-18 season.
Murty went back to his role with the Rangers Under-20s thereafter, and in November 2021, the 48-year-old left the Scottish Premiership club for good.
And now it has emerged that Murty could have taken charge of the Leeds youth team last summer.
The Athletic have reported this morning when Leeds were looking for a development squad lead last summer, they considered Murty.
The Scotsman reportedly went for an interview with Leeds, but they chose Michael Skubala instead.
As we mentioned earlier, Murty is not the only former Rangers manager who has been linked with Leeds.
Steven Gerrard also linked with Leeds
Gerrard is another name that is reportedly doing the rounds in regard to the Leeds managerial role.
The Premier League club are on the hunt for a new manager following the sacking of Jesse Marsch.
Earlier this week, Italian news outlet TMW reported that Gerrard is being considered by Leeds to become their new manager.
The Daily Star, though, subsequently claimed that Leeds chairman Andrea Radrizzani has ruled out hiring Liverpool legend Gerrard.
But you never know.