Callum Davidson is reportedly in the frame for a shock return to management.

The Daily Record states the St Johnstone legend is in talks with Queen's Park over their managerial vacancy.

The report claims the double-cup-winning boss has held positive discussions with the Championship club's chiefs. Talks are ongoing and are expected to rumble on into next week.

The 47-year-old has been out of management since leaving St Johnstone last April with the club in relegation danger.

But it seems that his next destination is potentially at Hampden with The Spiders.

The Championship strugglers have been on the lookout for a new manager since Robin Veldman was dismissed in early December.

They climbed off the bottom of Scotland's second tier on Friday night by defeating Dunfermline. Just four points separates the bottom four sides.

There has been plenty of upheaval at Queen's in recent weeks, with director of football Marian Beuker departing for Ajax and chief executive Leeann Dempster stepping down from her role.

It's thought that Scott Brown and Charlie Mulgrew were of interest to Queen's, however, they have opted to prioritise experience with their next appointment.

Davidson took over the reins at St Johnstone in 2020. After nearly three years at the helm, he left but nearly made a quickfire return to management with Dundee last summer, but turned down the opportunity. 

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