Steven Gerrard can continue to play at the highest level well into his 30’s, according to Liverpool’s head of performance Glen Driscoll.
The England skipper, who turns 33 in May, has played every minute of Liverpool’s thirty league games this season, scoring eight times.
Such an achievement was unthinkable some years ago, when it seemed Gerrard’s career my cut short due to a number of injuries.
Driscoll believes that the Red’s captain’s professionalism is “second to none”, and could help prolong his career at the top.
Meanwhile, Fenerbache striker Moussa Sow has issued a ‘come-and-get-me’ plea to Liverpool, saying that he “would be happy to play in England” should they make an offer.
The Reds were linked with the Senegal international before he moved to Turkey last January, though a formal offer was never made.
Sow has scored fourteen goals in twenty-five league appearances for Fenerbache, who currently sit four points behind Galatasaray in the Turkish Super Lig.
Elsewhere in Turkey, Galatasaray are readying a move for Arsenal forwad Gervinho, which could pave the way for the Gunners to make an approach for Reds keeper Pepe Reina, according to the Daily Mail.
Reina has been linked with a move away from Anfield in recent months, though the Spaniard has insisted he wants to remain with the club.