QPR expects Michael Beale to agree Rangers manager job
Queens Park Rangers now expect their manager Michael Beale to leave the club and join Rangers, as reported by TalkSport.
The Gers are in the process of appointing their next manager following the sacking of Giovanni van Bronckhorst earlier this week, and it seems they have found their new manager.
Beale has been doing extremely well for QPR, but he has expressed his desire to manage the Bears. It seems like QPR will allow him to move on.
QPR previously accepted a request from Wolves to hold talks with Beale earlier this season, but he was not interested in the move.
The Rangers job appeals the 42-year-old manager, and he could leave Loftus Road and make a return to Scottish football immediately, possibly within the next 72 hours.
The Gers are nine points off the top of the Scottish Premiership and they endured one of the worst performances ever in the Champions League this season.
Beale has made a good start to life as QPR manager, and they are in contention for promotion to the Premier League.
He knows the club inside out and was a key man in Steven Gerrard’s unit as they helped the Gers win the Scottish Premiership title.
Beale is ambitious and he is loved by the fans. His relative inexperience can be a major problem, but it appears that the club are ready to take the gamble on him.
In other Rangers news, the Gers midfielder has suffered a major injury blow and could be out until March.