Falkirk supervisor Paul Hartley expects to lose his assistant Jimmy Nicholl to Rangers this week.
The Ibrox aspect were granted permission to talk to Nicholl and Hartley mentioned best ‘main points’ require to be ironed out for the previous Rangers full-back to turn out to be Graeme Murty’s No.2. Nicholl will stay with Falkirk till after Tuesday’s derby with Dunfermline.
Hartley mentioned: “Rangers have requested for permission to talk to Jimmy, so we’ll see how issues broaden over the following couple of days.
“We’ve given him permission to head and phone them and we’ll know within the subsequent couple of days if he’s going to take the activity. He’ll be with us till Tuesday a minimum of, and I believe he’s simply to type some main points out with Rangers.
“After all I’m disenchanted to be dropping him, however I see the opposite aspect of it. He used to be out the sport for some time and we introduced him in, but it surely’s this kind of alternatives – we’re no longer right here to face in other folks’s approach.”