Rangers are seen as the other option for Belgian boss Philippe Clement, who is also ‘in talks’ with Saudi Arabian side Al-Shabab.

That’s according to Het Nieuwsblad, who say Clements ‘talks to’ the Saudi Pro League side while Rangers still have him on their radar at Ibrox.

The Scottish giants are on the hunt for their next manager after parting ways with Michael Beale following a disappointing 10-month spell in charge.

A shortlist has quickly been drawn up by those in charge at Ibrox, with Clement believed to be among those on it.

Several reports have made it clear that he’s a manager Rangers like the look of, with it already claimed that he’s spoken to the club about the position.

That meeting took place this week before he flew out with nothing signed, a worrying situation given Al-Shabab are also keen on him.

They’ve been looking for a new manager since September 6th and the move would give Clement the chance to link up with Belgian star Yannick Carrasco.

He’s yet to make a decision, though, debating between the two clubs after already turning down a move to Saudi Arabia in the summer.

He currently still lives in Monaco after his spell in charge at the Ligue 1 side and it was made clear this week that family is important to him in his thinking.

He wants to make the right choice and at this point it seems to be between Al-Shabab and Rangers, with the latter very much seen as the other option for him.