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Gerrard held more talks over replacing Graeme Murty at Ibrox last night and confirmation will come at a 3pm press conference at Ibrox. Gerrard has agreed a four-year deal at Ibrox and is bringing Gary McAllister in as his No 2, with Tom Culshaw and Anfield fitness coach Jordan Milsom making up the backroom team. Murty was sacked on Tuesday following another Old Firm embarrassment with Jimmy Nicholl and Jonatan Jonatan Johansson in charge for the remaining three games of the season. But Rangers have been in talks with Gerrard for nearly two weeks now, with discussions concluding this week after Gerrard completed the season as Liverpool Under-18 manager and working with BT Sport during the Champions League semi-finals. BT Sport colleague Darren Fletcher tweeted: "Best of luck to Stevie G at Rangers. He's excited, determined Been brilliant working with him at @btsportfootball so I know how keen he is to make it as a manager." Gerrard is heading to Glasgow for the announcement Fußballtrikots Kinder Real Madrid after holding talks last night and agreeing to take the hot seat at Ibrox. Rangers play Kilmarnock on Saturday as they continue to battle for second place and Gerrard could even be in the stands to watch on. Gerrard is reportedly targeting Martin Skrtel as his first signing as he looks to build a side capable of challenging Celtic. Rangers have already struck deals with Scott Arfield and Allan McGregor and are looking at signing James McArthur from Crystal Palace with Mark Allen in charge of transfers. The move to bring Gerrard in has been met with mixed views after the previous failures under Mark Warburton, Pedro Caixinha and Murty. But the man who rejected Rangers earlier this season Derek McInnes reckons itll be a good deal for the club. "The prospect of a global name like Steven Gerrard coming into the Scottish game can only be seen as a good thing," he said. "I'd prefer it if he was a player. Because what a player he was: a fantastic leader of man and Liverpool and for England." He added: "There's a lot of good managers, a lot of high-profile managers that have managed at a higher level [in Scotland at the moment] and certainly if Steven Gerrard was to come into it on the back of his playing career it would certainly be box-office name. "It can only help the Scottish game, I'm sure." John Barnes has been critcial of the decision after horrendous time as Celtic boss. "If he wants to manage, it's going in at the deep end," Barnes told Sky Sports. "And probably at a time when Rangers obviously aren't their strongest. "It's a little bit different from when I went because as much as Rangers probably financially were stronger than Celtic at that time, Celtic could still compete with them. "Now, of course, it will take time. "But financially they are a long way away, which means they are not going to be able to get the players in the next year or two to necessarily challenge Celtic at this point." But Barry Ferguson has credited the Rangers board for the bold move Fußballtrikots Kinder Barcelona in bringing the former Liverpool and England captain to Glasgow. "First, let me give credit where it's due," he told the Daily Record. "When I initially heard the rumours about Steven Gerrard and Rangers I didn't think for a minute anything would come of it. "So now it looks like they actually might make it happen I have to take my hat off to Dave King and his board for being so bold and ambitious. "Recently it has felt as if these days were a thing of the past for my old club. "From Graeme Souness to Terry Butcher to Brian Laudrup and Paul Gascoigne, there was a time and place when the club was used to dealing with some of the biggest names in the European game. "But all that seemed like a lifetime ago. "So the fact someone of Stevie G's calibre is so close to walking through those front doors as manager is something I can't help but get excited about. "And King and his regime deserve nothing but praise for even making it a possibility."
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