John Barnes has suggested his former facet to nominate Pep Guardiola as supervisor when Jurgen Klopp leaves the function, as reported by BettingOdds.com (by way of the Metro).
The German is ready to stay on the helm till 2024, with an extra extension but to be organized, although the previous midfielder didn’t must assume twice about who can be greatest suited to take over down the road.
“Pep Guardiola. In fact there are different managers that you’d assume are higher suited, resembling Steven Gerrard who has had an excellent season at Rangers, however is he going to return to Liverpool off the again of 1 good yr?” the Reds legend stated.
“In fact he can be given time due to his relationship with Liverpool.
“I’m certain Steven will do very well over the course of his profession, however he’s going to have to point out an extended degree of consistency over an extended time frame earlier than we begin linking him with the Liverpool job.”
Steven Gerrard is a reputation that has been usually talked about with regard to doubtlessly changing the title-winning Liverpool boss.
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Having not too long ago secured the return of the Scottish Premiership to the Ibrox, the previous Reds captain has already proven nice promise in his blossoming managerial profession.
That being stated, Barnes is true to level out that there are much more skilled potential managerial choices out there, ought to Klopp not lengthen his keep at Anfield.
Lots can change in three years, after all, although it’s greater than seemingly that Gerrard might want to show himself at a bigger European outfit earlier than being actively thought of as a possible alternative.
We will’t actually see Guardiola being checked out severely both, nevertheless, if the 50-year-old nonetheless stays on the Etihad previous 2024.
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