Andrew Robertson has told Jamie Carragher who he thinks will eventually manage Liverpool one day, after Jurgen Klopp has departed Anfield.
Speaking about Steven Gerrard on Carragher’s Greatest Games Podcast, the Scotland international said: ‘I think he’ll end up here one day. All jokes aside he’s done an unbelievable job up there.
‘He’s took it to a new level this season and Celtic have struggled to keep up.’
Now, while there has been little talk of who will replace the German at Liverpool, it would be a risk for Steven Gerrard to put himself in the hotseat.
There is a real danger that he could damage his legacy, should things go wrong.
The former England international is doing an unbelievable job over in Scotland with Rangers right now.
Under Gerrard’s guidance, the Bears have remarkably won 21 of their 23 Scottish Premiership games this season, losing none.
They also progressed into the Europa League Round of 32 with flying colours, winning four and drawing two of their six games in Group D.
However, with all due respect, there is a gulf in quality between the football in Scotland, and the football in England.
If Gerrard steps into the Anfield dugout, and proceeds to oversee a dismal reign at his beloved Liverpool, it could leave a stain on his legacy.
Having said that, it’s still very likely to happen, in our view.
Appointing ex-players as managers seems to be a popular thing right now, so there’s no reason why Liverpool wouldn’t hire Gerrard.
Manchester United have Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Arsenal have Mikel Arteta. Chelsea have Frank Lampard. Juventus have Andrea Pirlo, and Real Madrid have Zinedine Zidane.
In that respect, we could see Gerrard roaming the Anfield dugout, in our view.
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