BRIAN Laudrup has revealed he has been in talks with Rangers chief executive Charles Green about a return to his former club.
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The former Denmark international, 44, confirmed he had discussed the possibility of an ambassadorial role with Green in Glasgow.
Laudrup, who played for Rangers during their 9-in-a-row heyday between 1994-98, said: “Since the club went I have said all along that if I could help them in any way I would do it.
“I’ve been here to speak to Charles a bit and we’ll see if we can find a way for me to do that.
“To be able to be an ambassador for Rangers Football Club would be absolutely fantastic and we want to see if we can find a way to work together.
“If the club wants me to help - and it looks like it does - I would love to do it.
“I had four tremendous years at Rangers. The issue at the moment is to find a way in which I can help and it was fantastic to meet Charles.
“He is a fantastic man to speak to and he has a great visiion for this club.”