Former Liverpool participant, Mark Lawrenson, has warned Rangers supervisor, Steven Gerrard, to be ‘be very, very cautious’ on his subsequent transfer amid reviews linking him with a return to Liverpool to interchange head coach, Jurgen Klopp.
Klopp is below intense stress at Liverpool following the membership’s 1-0 defeat towards Fulham at Anfield on Sunday.
The outcome towards Fulham was Liverpool’s sixth consecutive residence loss this time period.
Nevertheless, Lawrenson feels Liverpool appointing Gerrard, who guided Rangers to win the Scottish Premiership title on Sunday, can be a ‘large gamble’.
“What I might say is that, for all of the success at Rangers, managing Liverpool is on a distinct spectrum,” Lawrenson informed the BBC.
“It could be a giant gamble for the membership’s homeowners, Fenway Sports activities Group, to nominate him [Steven Gerrard]. I believe the one-eyed Liverpool fan can be saying “Get Stevie G in” if Jurgen Klopp had been to go away, however I believe others would take a step again and go: ‘he’s performed a fully fabulous job at Rangers, he was an excellent participant, however possibly he would want to take one other job within the Premier League first.’
“I additionally don’t see Klopp going wherever. He gained’t be dropping his job anytime quickly.
“The difficulty for Steven then is that different managers who’ve moved on from their first job as a stepping stone to one thing greater find yourself not having the identical success, so he needs to be very, very cautious.
“He’ll already be fascinated about profitable the [Scottish] Premiership once more subsequent season, and the prospect for a shot within the [UEFA] Champions League with Rangers.
“However, within the unlikely occasion that Liverpool come calling this summer season, Steven couldn’t say no. Since you gained’t get requested twice.”