In the world of football, the winds of change are always blowing. The latest gust brings news of Steven Gerrard, the former Rangers boss, who is reportedly being considered for a managerial role by Leicester City. This news comes from a report by The Sun, which suggests that Leicester City may be set to do battle with Leeds United for Gerrard’s services.
Gerrard, a Liverpool legend, has been out of work since his departure from Aston Villa in the Premier League last October. Since then, he has been linked with a number of jobs, most recently with Leeds United, following their relegation.
Leicester City, on the other hand, is on the hunt for a replacement for Brendan Rodgers. Their first choice, ex-Chelsea boss Graham Potter, reportedly turned down the opportunity. Rodgers was sacked in April and replaced by Dean Smith, who unfortunately couldn’t guide the club to safety.
Meanwhile, at Rangers, Michael Beale is looking for players to step up into leadership roles following the departure of stalwarts like Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield. With their contracts expiring this summer, the club is set to lose a significant amount of experience and standards.
Beale expressed his expectations in an interview with RangersTV, stating, “I’m expecting one or two others to step up now. Those two players have been there and seen it at this club, played in the Premier League, and we’re going to need one or two others to step up into those leadership roles.“
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The future of Steven Gerrard remains uncertain, but one thing is for sure – his potential return to management is a topic of great interest in the football world. Whether it’s Leicester City, Leeds United, or another club entirely, Gerrard’s next move will undoubtedly be a significant one.