STEVEN GERRARD still has "unfinished business" at Rangers. That's the opinion of former Ibrox full-back Alan Hutton.

The ex-Rangers defender reckons Gerrard is still "building something" at the club and expects the manager to remain in Glasgow for a few more years.

Gerrard has been linked with a possible move to Newcastle after the Saudi consortium takeover at St James' Park.

Current Toon boss Steve Bruce is widely reported to be under major scrutiny with suggestions he could be removed from his post.

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And with Amanda Staveley heading up the club under the new ownership Gerrard, along with ex-Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers are thought to be candidates for the Newcastle gig.

But Hutton is not sure Gerrard would be interested in a move away from Ibrox, at least not in the short-term.

He told Football Insider: “I just think you have to look back at all his interviews in the past.

“He really does believe that he’s building something at Rangers for the future, for the next X amount of years.

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“He just doesn’t seem the type of guy to me that, the first offer that comes up, he would jump ship and move.

“Maybe further down the lane, something like that would be an option. Of course, it’d be a great opportunity for any manager. I think he’s still got unfinished business at Rangers.

“He’s still working behind the scenes daily to make Rangers a better team. I’m happy to see him maybe distancing himself from it a little bit.”