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“He will finally come” Klopp believes man “with all the skills ‘will finally come to Liverpool

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“He will finally come” Klopp is confident that man with all the skills will finally come to Liverpool.

Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has revealed during his Pre-match press conference spoken on the idea of Steven Gerrard managing the club in the future.

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unsurprisingly, Gerrards return to Anfield ahead of Liverpool against Aston Villa match seems to be the biggest talking point.

Klopp said he wouldn’t answer any questions about the former Reds captain, inevitably drawn to chatting about the Villa manager.

Klopp had nothing but good things to say about Gerrard and, somewhat remarkably, said he hopes to see him be a future Liverpool manager.

 

Steven Gerrard

 

“He’s done incredible and smart stuff. He started here with the U18s, then took his stuff to Rangers where he was very successful, and so now he is ready for everything. I’m not surprised about it, but when we met then I didn’t think about it.

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“It’s not easy for a world-class player to become an outstanding manager, but it’s possible, and it looks like Stevie has all the skills you need,” Klopp said

when asked if he thinks Gerrard will get the Liverpool job in the future.
“Oh yeah. Yes, I think, absolutely. The only problem is, when is the right moment for that?  That’s not about Stevie but we saw that with Frank (Lampard) at Chelsea,” Klopp said

“He’s very young still from a manager’s point of view, so it’s just about the right moment to take the job. How long does he want to do it? Is this the last job he does? The first job? The second, the third? These are questions I cannot answer, but I think it will definitely happen.”

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with the German tactician having two and the half years left on his deal and who knows, he may sign an extension. it remains to be seen if or when Gerard will take charge at Anfield.

 

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