Gerrard to be the next Liverpool coach if Klopp leaves- as per reports

Sun 28 February 2021 | 17:34

Liverpool are keen to bring Steven Gerrard back to Anfield as their next head coach if Jurgen Klopp leaves the club, as per reports.

This week's stories in the media recommended the

German FA

are thinking about moving toward Klopp to be their next manager after the

2022 World Cup

The 53-year-old is under agreement at Anfield until 2024; however, Liverpool's new breakdown has provided a reason to feel ambiguous about his drawn-out future. 

The Reds are out of the

Premier League

title race in the wake of finishing their 30-year title dry season last term. 

Liverpool have lost six of their last nine league fixtures and are 22 points away from the top spot in front of Sunday's face-off against Sheffield United. 

Klopp's men should now fight for

Champions League

's qualification spot, with Liverpool at present five points behind the top four. 

Furthermore, as indicated by the

Daily Mirror

, there is developing worry among the people pulling strings at Anfield that Klopp could leave soon. 

The Liverpool pecking order trust Klopp could acknowledge the opportunity to succeed Joachim Low after Qatar's world cup. 

In the event that the German leaves, Gerrard is the top choice to have his spot in the Anfield challenging situation. 

The Liverpool icon has made a fantastic beginning to his coaching profession at Rangers, who are nearly winning their first

Scottish Premiership

title after ten years. 

Gerrard has additionally driven the Gers into the last 16 of the

Europa League

with an exciting 9-5 aggregate triumph over Antwerp. 

Liverpool are persuaded that the club's previous skipper can prevail as Klopp's substitution. 

There is even an opportunity that Gerrard could get back to Merseyside this late spring should Germany fail at

Euro 2020

Low feels the squeeze to convey following 15 years in control and probably won't endure another disillusioning competition after Germany's disappointing group-stage exit at the 2018 World Cup.




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