Glasgow Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has revealed he has been contacted by an unnamed club after reports linked him with a move to Liverpool.
Gerrard makes contact admission
The 40-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to his boyhood club after rumours emerged that saying Jurgen Klopp was eyeing the Germany job (Daily Mirror).
In an interview with The Telegraph, Gerrard admitted there had been interest in his services, but he refused to reveal from which club. He said:
“There has been interest, and I don’t think I have to talk about where that comes from.
“All that does is that it tells me I am on the right lines. I am doing a decent job. My players are doing a decent job. I take it as a compliment.”
Given the Gers’ form so far this campaign, it is hardly surprising to hear that there is interest from other clubs in taking the former Liverpool captain away from Ibrox. After 10 years without a major trophy, Gerrard led the 55-time Scottish champions to a dominant title success, while they have lost just two games in all competitions this season (Sky Sports).
Will Gerrard be at Rangers next season?
In the long-term, Gerrard’s future probably lies away from Glasgow, but it still feels too early for him to depart. After all, the Gers are in with a chance of competing in the Champions League group stages next season – surely Gerrard will want to stick around for that.
In other news, many Rangers fans rage at this BBC pundit’s comments.
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