Former Rangers full-back David Robertson is set for talks over becoming manager of India’s most successful side, Mohun Bagan – according to a report.
The Scottish Sun claims that Robertson could leave Real Kashmir to take the reins at Mohun Bagan after a phenomenal third-place finish in their first season in the I League.
Mohun Bagan play their home games at the 85,000-capacity Salt Lake Stadium and have amassed 255 trophies, including twice winning the Asian Champions League.
Last season’s third-placed finish is even more remarkable for Robertson’s side as clubs refused to play in the disputed Kashmir region after tensions grew between India and Pakistan.
Robertson was even nominated for Indian sport’s Coach of the Year this year after the work he has done with the newly-promoted side.
The former defender joined Rangers in the summer of 1991 from Aberdeen and won the title every season he was at the club.
Robertson also picked up three Scottish Cups and three League Cups in his time at Ibrox.
During his time as a Rangers, he also part of the first British team to make it to the Champions League group stages in 1992, when the Gers beat Leeds United over two legs before later going on to sign for the Elland Road side when he left Ibrox.