Steven Gerrard announced a potential departure from LA Galaxy via an Instagram post and it has left Liverpool fans speculating about his future, with many entertaining the possibility of a potential Anfield return for the club legend.
Steven Gerrard will forever be remembered as a Liverpool legend, but he is still showing his class in the MLS with LA Galaxy and recently scored his first goal of the season in brilliant fashion.
Steven Gerrard left his childhood club in 2015, and now plies his trade for American Major League Soccer outfit LA Galaxy. However, the Liverpool legend recently claimed that he isn't yet at peace and constantly thinks about his time at Anfield.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane was recently asked to pick his greatest Premier league XI and it features legends from Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal.
ormer Liverpool FC midfielder Steven Gerrard has accused people of jumping on the bandwagon in their criticism of Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney, who has endured a torrid 2015-16 thus far
Although Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp didn't have the chance to work with Reds legend Steven Gerrard, he is well aware of the impact that he had on the players and the team.
Steven Gerrard might have left moved on to Major League Soccer (MLS) in the US in what seems to be the twilight of his footballing career, but does he still have his old traits in him?
Jose Mourinho might be hiving his reported dressingroom problems at the moment at Chelsea FC, but the Portuguese has been receiving praises from all quarters, with Liverpool FC legend Steven Gerrard being the latest to join in.
The Liverpool FC legend was a pundit on BT Sport's coverage of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, and heaped praise on Arsenal FC manager Arsène Wenger as well as midfielder Aaron Ramsey
On the eve of Liverpool’s league cup quarter-final match against Southampton, Jurgen Klopp has steered clear of any claims suggesting Liverpool are hunting for a goalkeeper in the January transfer window and declared himself happy with current goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. Klopp also revealed what he said to his players just before Steven Gerrard returned to training at Melwood yesterday. The Reds are riding on the wave of a 1-0 home win against Swansea in the Premier League and now travel to St.Mary’s to face Southampton in a League Cup quarter-final tie. But Klopp was asked questions regarding the goalkeeper situation, and the German made himself perfectly clear. Klopp dismisses claims of signing a goalkeeper The Reds have been linked with a move for Stoke’s England international Jack Butland, and quite a few goalkeepers from the Bundesliga, but Klopp steered clear of the rumors and insisted Mignolet remains the number one goalkeeper at Anfield. “I’m absolutely satisfied with our goalkeeper situation,” […]