Revealed: Rangers fans tell us the three Warburton replacements they want
2) Derek McInnes
The current landscape of the Scottish Premiership table would mean that McInnes would be stepping down a spot in terms of leaving Aberdeen to take over at Rangers, but we all know that the Glasgow job carries far more significance and will give this promising coach the chance to make a real mark.
Since taking over the Dons in 2013, McInnes has helped them to a League Cup victory and kept them in the title race alongside Celtic for much of the 2015/16 campaign, showing his managerial nous. But European football has evaded him and the club, with Europa League qualification defeats suffered during the last three campaigns.