Graeme Souness has admitted that he has held talks with Rangers chiefs over a potential return to the club - albeit NOT in a coaching or management role.
Souness grew up a Rangers fan despite being born in Edinburgh, and joined the Gers as a player-manager in 1986. Winning two Scottish Premier Division and three Scottish League Cup titles, Souness is heralded as a club icon.
Joining Liverpool, Souness then spent much of his career south of the border, finishing his management career in 2006 before joining Sky Sports’ punditry team. But despite leaving the TV company towards the end of this season, Souness may not be finished in a footballing capacity - detailing his talks with Rangers chairman James Bisgrove.
Speaking to The Times, Souness said: "I've had a meeting with James Bisgrove, who's the new chief executive at Rangers, about the potential prospect of me going back in some capacity to help the club.
"Given that I'm a Rangers supporter from being a boy, if I thought I could be of help in any small way, it's something I would think very seriously about."
Souness is set to swim the English Channel in the coming weeks to raise money for DEBRA, a charity that supports individuals suffering from Epidermolysis Bullosa.