Three reasons why McInnes should not be tempted by Rangers

Mark Warburton leaving Rangers has caused quite the stir in Scotland. While the club’s details of his departure seem to be disputed by Warburton himself, the fact remains that the Ibrox side need a new manager to take over from inexperienced caretaker boss Graeme Murty.

One of the names linked with the vacant position at Rangers is Aberdeen’s Derek McInnes who has insisted he is focused on the Dons amid questions from the Scottish football press about the role.

As we know, things change quickly in football and it’s unlikely that speculation around McInnes and Rangers is going to go away anytime soon. McInnes has taken a struggling Aberdeen and made them into consistent second place finishers behind Celtic in the Scottish Premiership, after all.

It’s not like he’s unfamiliar with Ibrox either having spent five years as a player there in the 1990s.

However, is this the step McInnes should take, or should he stay Aberdeen longer still?

Here are THREE reasons why he should not be tempted by the Rangers job…