Rangers have been rebuilding their coaching sector since Steven Gerrard and his backroom staff left Ibrox for Aston Villa earlier this month.
The Scottish Premiership champions replaced the former Liverpool star with Giovanni van Bronckhorst and since then, there have been various other coaches linked to Rangers.
Two days ago, Gazet van Antwerpen reported Rangers have a ‘concrete interest’ in Royal Antwerp talent coordinator Zeb Jacbos and hope to ‘complete his arrival soon’.
De Telegraaf on Thursday claim Ajax U18 manager Dave Vos will be joining join Van Bronckhorst’s backroom staff at Ibrox.
The 38-year-old was in charge of the Ajax youth team that defeated Beşiktaş 1-0 in the UEFA Youth League in Istanbul on Wednesday.
After the tie, the coach told his players he was going to leave the Dutch club to join Rangers, where he is expected to sign a contract until 2024 or 2025.
‘Dave Vos leaves Ajax’ to become one of Van Bronckhorst’s assistants at Rangers, is the message from the Netherlands.
When describing the youth coach, De Telegraaf state: ‘Ajax loses a young, ambitious trainer, who – just like Foppe de Haan for example – received his training at the Central Institute of Training for Sports Leaders (CIOS) and then also went on to Cruyff University. Last year he passed the Professional Football Coach Course.’