Michael Beale lined up for big move as EPL side prepare bid to appoint ex-Rangers coach as manager

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Former Rangers coach Michael Beale could be set to take charge of an English Premier League side less than a year after departing Ibrox alongside Steven Gerrard.

The Queens Park Rangers boss is reportedly the man Wolves want to replace Bruno Lage, who was sacked earlier this month after the West Midlands club slipped into the Premier League relegation zone.

Beale took charge of QPR in June after stepping down as Gerrard's assistant at Aston Villa, having also worked alongside the former Liverpool captain during his time in charge of Rangers. While Gerrard is now under pressure at Villa after a poor start to the season, Beale has impressed in his first few months as a head coach by taking the West London club to sixth place in the Championship.

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However, a quick departure could be on the cards with Wolves set to trigger a release clause in his QPR contract by making an official approach to take the 42-year-old to Molineux, according to The Athletic. Beale is due to take charge of QPR - possibly for the final time - on Wednesday night when they host Cardiff City at Loftus Road.



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