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Steven Gerrard odds-on for Rangers job

28 April 2018

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted that Steven Gerrard will have the full support of the club if he takes up the offer to become the next Rangers manager.

The 37-year-old - capped 114 times and a member of the Liverpool side that won the 2005 Champions League - is presently the academy coach at Liverpool after rejecting the advances of lower league MK Dons when he hung up his boots in 2016.

Klopp said: "I am not anxious. We've gone from fourth to second with a squad of players that aren't mine, with a style of football that's starting to look how I want it to, I am desperate for the opportunity to bring my own players in and bring my own stamp on the team". There is no decision. "If he thinks he wants to do something different - a really big if - then we would be completely happy for him and we would support him".

The prominence of Steven Gerrard's name in the lead-up to this derby can be regarded as an attempt to keep the Rangers fans sweet in the event of another traumatic afternoon in the east end of Glasgow.

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He has been heavily linked with a move to Rangers, with Goal claiming that the Scottish club have offered him the chance to replace Graeme Murty at Ibrox. As long as he isn't Everton or Manchester United manager, we would help him'.

One day, it will happen here or somewhere else.

However, Klopp said his work with the U18s had shown that he could do the job.

"If he thinks he is ready then he's ready".

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Crouch has spoken about his early days at Liverpool in his latest Daily Mail column, revealing what both Gerrard and Carragher did in a training session to test every player.

"He wanted to learn, he learned".

For new arrivals at Liverpool, there were two players in particular to impress.

Gerrard's youth team played against Rangers in a friendly earlier in the season and the former England global expressed his admiration for the Ibrox outfit after the match.

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"It depends on what Steven has been doing, how much coaching he has actually been involved in", McLeish said. I'm sure he will do a bit of due diligence and he has got plenty of people he can turn to for advice.

Steven Gerrard odds-on for Rangers job