The odds of Steven Gerrard becoming the next manager of Rangers tumbled on Tuesday night when club chairman Dave King was spotted at Anfield for Liverpool's Champions League semi-final against Roma. Gerrard was also at the ground working for BT Sport.
It seems that there is more substance to the prospect of Gerrard taking the Ibrox job than simply he and King being spotted at the same venue.
The Scottish Sun reports today that Gerrard is "in talks" with Rangers.
It's said that despite his lack of managerial experience - Gerrard is currently a coach with the Liverpool academy - the 37-year-old "isn't daunted" by the mammoth task he would face in taking over at Rangers.
Celtic could seal their seventh consecutive Scottish league title when they face Rangers this weekend. The two sides looked worlds apart when Celtic enjoyed a 4-0 win the Scottish Cup semi-final earlier this month.
Gerrard taking over at Rangers would have the added intrigue of him going up against his former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers - that's if Rodgers does not become the next Arsenal boss.