Steven Gerrard has reportedly agreed on a deal to take over as the manager at Rangers after things were gradually trending towards the move being made all week.
Steven Gerrard’s career as a manager has taken its first step as Sky Sports reported today that he has agreed on a deal to become manager of Rangers from next season onwards.
The 37-year-old has reportedly been offered a three-year deal and is said to be excited at the prospect of attempting to restore the club to its former glories and bridge the gap that has formed between them and their fiercest rivals, Celtic.
Gerrard, who stands as England’s fourth most-capped player of all-time, retired from professional football in late 2016 after a short spell at LA Galaxy but with this latest move, will be thrust firmly back into the limelight as he takes the reins at one of Scotland’s most prestigious teams.
The club has yet to make any official announcement but things do appear to be set in stone for the former-Liverpool legend and Rangers are expected to make their formal statement within the coming hours.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) May 4, 2018
Cillian Cunningham, Pundit Arena