Barry Ferguson has rubbished stories linking him with a go back to Ibrox, branding the idea ‘numerous nonsense’.
The previous Rangers skipper emerged as a imaginable contender for a task in a Derek McInnes-led training workforce previous this week however Ferguson insisted he had had no touch with McInnes or Rangers.
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Ferguson, who had two spells with Rangers all over his occupation, used to be within the operating for a task below Pedro Caixinha, however in the long run misplaced out to fellow ex-Ger Jonatan Johansson.
The previous Finland world striker stayed on at Rangers as first workforce trainer following the departures of Caixinha and Helder Baptista.
Talking at the Peter and Roughie display on STV2, Ferguson stated: “I’ve no longer spoken to Derek, I’ve no longer spoken to Rangers… it used to be numerous nonsense.
“I awoke on Monday morning and had a large number of texts and overlooked calls and I don’t know the place it’s come from.”
Ferguson stated he felt the Aberdeen boss could be a ‘superb Rangers supervisor’ however added: “We’ll simply want to wait and notice.”
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