Rangers boss Philippe Clement is ‘eager’ to take Royal Antwerp coach Andries Ulderink to Ibrox to join his coaching staff, but the Dutchman still has another option abroad.

In order to get ready for his first full season as the Rangers manager, Clement plans to strengthen his backroom staff in the summer.

The 54-year-old Ulderink is departing Antwerp this summer after making an impression as a coach.

He discussed their management post with NAC Breda, a Dutch team, but the team is moving in a different way.

Dutch publication Voetbal International claims that Clement is “sympathetic” to Ulderink joining him at Ibrox as his assistant.

Clement, meanwhile, is “glad” to take Ulderink to Scotland, even though he still “has an option abroad.”

A video analyst is what Clement is particularly interested in as an additional member of Antwerp’s workforce.

Rangers are presently gearing up for their Scottish Cup final matchup with Celtic, but Clement has bigger plans for the summer, one that he believes will get the team competitive enough to win the Scottish Premiership the following year.

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