is holding out for a club after rejecting an approach from Rangers, according to reports.
Rangers are considering replacements for Michael Beale after the club’s shaky start to the new season in which they have already lost two of their opening four Scottish Premiership games and have failed to reach the Champions League group stage.
Potter, meanwhile, has been out of work since he was sacked by in April .
According to , Rangers made an approach to Potter’s representatives but the former Chelsea and Brighton manager has rejected a switch to Ibrox.
The report claims that Potter is holding out for a club who play Champions League football, or a team that has ‘clear potential’ to qualify consistently for the competition.
Speaking after his side’s 1-0 defeat to Celtic earlier this month, Beale insisted that he sympathised with unhappy Rangers supporters.
‘I understand it when the results have been the last two. I understand the frustration with the fans,’ Beale said.
‘It is with the shirt. It is not just at Rangers, it is anywhere. It is a derby, a game where there is a lot of emotion involved and the fans expect their team to get a result and we didn’t.
‘That is par for the course. In terms of pressure, you are always under pressure in this job. You are only ever a couple of results not going your way to feel that.
‘The most pressure is the one we put on ourselves and we have fallen short of that today because I expected and wanted us to get a result.
‘Over the course of the 90 minutes, I think the result is harsh on us but in terms of these games, they are only about the result.’
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