Gerrard keen on management role

Steven Gerrard has said that it would be a dream come true to manage Liverpool, the Metro understands.

The Reds captain sees his future in club management, and his ambition is to take the top job at Anfield when it becomes available.

His current contract expires at the end of this season, and while he isn’t thinking of calling time on his playing career just yet, he has given thought to plans for when he hangs up his boots.

Elsewhere, Jordan Henderson has praised the club for the business they conducted during the transfer window, according to Talksport.

Manager Brendan Rodgers rounded of a successful summer of recruitment with the signings of defenders Tiago Ilori and Mamadou Sakho, and winger Victor Moses over the weekend.

Henderson believes that the quality of the new arrivals can help continue the teams promising start to the season, which has seen them win all three of their games to claim pole position going into the international break.

Finally, former Liverpool great Alan Hansen has confirmed that he will be retiring from football punditry following next summer’s World Cup.

The 58 year old has been the lead pundit on the BBC’s Match of the Day for twenty-two years.

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