Paddy Kenny believes next season will be Steven Gerrard’s last at Glasgow Rangers and has told the Ibrox outfit to “get on with it”.
Kenny tips Gerrard departure
Speaking to Football Insider, Kenny believes that next season will be the 40-year-old’s last with the 55-time Scottish champions, and he has urged the Gers to accept it if he leaves. He said:
“I think Gerrard will go straight to Liverpool anyway. They aren’t doing as well this year as they did last.
“If Liverpool struggle again next year, it will probably be his last year.
“If Gerrard carries on doing as well as he has been doing at Rangers, it could happen.
“You’d like to think he and everyone at the club would just get on with it, to be honest.”
This has been a fantastic campaign for Rangers, and it has only enhanced Gerrard’s reputation as a manager. With four games left in the Premiership, the Gers remain unbeaten (BBC), while they reached the Europa League round of 16 for a second successive year before losing to Slavia Prague.
Will Gerrard be at Rangers next season?
Gerrard, who currently earns about £48,000 a week at Ibrox (Daily Express), is likely to move to England at some point. Having spent the majority of his playing career at Anfield, he has a strong affinity with Liverpool, so a move there would make perfect sense.
With participation in the Champions League potentially to come next season, though, a move away from Rangers is surely some way off. He still has unfinished business in Glasgow.
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