Liverpool are becoming increasingly worried about Jurgen Klopp’s long-term future at Anfield and that could have serious repercussions for Rangers, according to the Mirror.
The newspaper claims Gerrard is being lined up to replace Klopp in the Liverpool hot seat with the current Reds manager willing to succeed Joachim Low in charge of Germany.
It is understood Klopp is the “outstanding candidate” for the German Football Association to replace Low if he leaves his post with Die Mannschaft.
The Mirror adds Klopp would find it hard to say no to Germany and if he does go, Anfield legend Gerrard is a prime candidate to take charge at Liverpool with their principal owner John W. Henry and chairman Tom Werner keeping close tabs on the Rangers boss.
Sir Kenny Dalglish is also said to be a backer of a move for Gerrard.
Gerrard isn’t going to at Ibrox forever.
It’s a difficult discussion to have at the moment because things are going so well at Rangers we don’t want to contemplate what is an inevitable truth.
Gerrard is still a young manager and despite his limited experience in the job, has overseen a huge transformation of a club.
Celtic fans and a lot of other rivals will point to the fact that he hasn’t won anything until this season. But that’s simply not what Gerrard was set out to achieve.
He took charge of a team getting knocked out of Europe by Progres Niederkorn and struggling to even finish second in the Scottish Premiership.
Gerrard’s now managing a team on the verge of the league title and also in the last-16 of the Europa League for the second successive season.
He’s done a marvellous job and considering he’s a Liverpool legend, it’s obvious he’s going to end up there in the future.
In other Rangers news, Dalglish was wowed by what he saw this Gers player do this week.