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Pedro Caixinha to become Rangers manager imminently - plus coaching shake-up revealed

It's already happened, but it's now happened more than previously, although it will happen more tomorrow.

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Pedro Caixinha will become Rangers manager imminently, according to reports.

A deal has been agreed with all parties and he'll be in Glasgow tomorrow to begin his reign. Rangers sorted it by apparently paying €400,000 to get the deal over the line.

Coming with him will be his assistant Helder Baptista, and his fitness coach Pedro Malta. But Jose Belman, his goalkeeping coach, won't be en route - instead, Jim Stewart will remain in charge. However, Postiga won't take the role of assistant manager - instead, a 'local' man will be appointed by the club.

So, obviously this was already going to happen, but now, it has apparently happened. Unless, of course, you're of the "not until I see him holding up a Rangers scarf at the ground" persuasion, in which case, it'll probably happen tomorrow. We suppose. Not sure.

All clear?

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