Danny Mills wants Rangers boss Gerrard to take over at Everton

Danny Mills believes Rangers boss Steven Gerrard would consider a move to the Premier League if Everton approach him to be their new manager.

Speaking about the Everton managerial situation on talkSPORT, Mills made a worrying claim suggesting that the Gers manager would at least hold some kind of an interest in the job at Goodison Park if it was offered to him.

Gerrard’s former England teammate said, “I think they have to consider him. Whether he would take it, is another matter.

“He’s done a fantastic job at Rangers. He’s an up-and-coming manager. His family are on Merseyside and I believe a lot of his coaches are Merseyside based.

“I think it would be a fantastic opportunity if he was offered to go to a club that is on the rise. Stranger things have happened in football and I’m sure Gerrard will look at it as a great opportunity if he was offered.”

No chance at all

Gerrard’s stock is unsurprisingly at an all-time high after he guided us to our first league title in a decade and did so by ensuring we remained unbeaten.

He’s brought Champions League football back to Ibrox and along the way has created a culture of togetherness behind the scenes.

To think he’d want to leave this for a club that seems to have no plan ahead is a bit strange. They’ve got plenty of issues to sort out before they become top-four regulars.

This season, despite a good summer window, they finished 10th. Newly-promoted Leeds United finished a spot higher.

Also, if Everton was a promising prospect, Mills forgets that Gerrard wants to manage Liverpool one day, probably right after his time at Rangers.

Moving to Everton would delay that dream and would offend a major chunk of the Reds fanbase too.

We have nothing to worry about as we’re confident Stevie G will be at the Ibrox for next season.

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