Anfield outfit Liverpool had a great leader until the end of the 2014-15 season in Steven Gerrard.
The Kop’s adorable son who is now plying his trade in the United States playing for the LA Galaxy tea in the MLS has time and against showed that the club will always be in his heart.
The 36-year old who has represented England in 114 games, scoring 21 goals, has been a decent influence on US’s domestic football and though he has not won any trophy there yet, he has been an influential player for the Galaxy side for the last two seasons.
The new season of the MLS is set to start soon but Gerrard might miss a few games at the start of the season after pulling a hamstring injury and has now been linked with a move back to England.
The former Liverpool skipper has always spoken about his desire to come back to Anfield having left the club a couple of years ago but revealed that he is ready to make a comeback to Liverpool in a coaching role if there is a place in the squad.
Jurgen Klopp, when he first took over the Anfield outfit revealed that he is always open for the former number 8 to come back to the club but has never formally asked the 36-year old to be a part of the club.
However, it is now revealed that Gerrard may be on his way back to Liverpool after the end of the current season.
It is understood that Jurgen Klopp’s staff has enough place for the legendary midfielder and that he was offered a role for the next season.
It is also revealed that the LA Galaxy midfielder has accepted the offer and will be on his way back to the club after the end of the current season.
The news was revealed by a famous and reliable source on social media:
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It will be a dream come true for many Liverpool fans to see their idol come back to the club after 2 years and though Stevie G has not won a Premier League medal, he will get a chance to orchestrate a victory in years to come.
He knows almost everything about Liverpool and will be the right man to take the club forward. Do you think Liverpool will be a better club with Gerrard as the coach?