Tottenham Hotspur have sacked manager Jose Mourinho amid reports mentioning Rangers manager Steven Gerrard alongside the role.

Gers boss Gerrard has been a revelation in Glasgow and has now thoroughly wrestled back control of the Scottish game for the Ibrox club.

It might’ve taken three seasons to get it right but it’s now difficult to envisage any other side in the country laying a glove on the club over the next few seasons.

Despite the success, Rangers boss Gerrard has continuously reiterated “let’s go for more” with his focus firmly on taking the Gers to the next level.

However, despite these comments Gerrard was linked to the post prior to Mourinho’s sacking by whilst he was also considered in a feature article by the Telegraph.

As it stands former England captain Gerrard is amongst the frontrunners, but it remains to be seen if there is actually any substance in the claims, or if Gerrard would be interested.

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For Ibrox fans, there remains an assumption that only one job south of the border would turn Gerrard’s head for now with a return to Liverpool feeling very much like an inevitability.

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Jose Mourinho has been sacked as manager of Spurs amid links to Rangers boss Steven Gerrard. The Portuguese boss crashed out of the Europa League with Spurs currently 7th in the Premier League, but they are only one week away from the League Cup Final.  (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

There is also some conjecture regarding the reasons for Mourinho’s sacking, which comes only a day after the announcement of a controversial £4.6bn European Super League.

Tottenham are one of twelve football clubs already announced as the founders of the 20-team breakaway league which has come under fire for damaging the integrity of the sport.

Despite rumours the sacking related to Mourinho’s reaction to the Super League a leading Italian journalist has confirmed that this is not the case with the decision results based.

Whatever the case Rangers fans will be watching this decision closely and will be well aware of rumbling paper talk regarding manager Steven Gerrard.

Here’s more on those Spurs links as Rangers boss Gerrard gets recognised for the wonderful job he’s doing in Glasgow.

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