Steven Gerrard to make a return in the manager role with the French champions
The former Aston Villa manager, Steven Gerrard, may soon make a startling comeback to management with French powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain.
The Ligue 1 leaders are reportedly trying to bring the former Rangers manager. According to Scottish Daily Express Sport, Gerrard is seen as a significant, high-profile figure. And he may also improve them next season.
Despite having a five-point advantage in the competition at the league’s top, the PSG owners are growing increasingly unhappy with Christophe Galtier.
Gerrard might replace Galtier as Paris Saint-Germain Manager
Marseille ousted the French champions from the French Cup while they trail Bayern Munich 1-0 going into the second leg of their Champions League match.
Gerrard has been likely to take Liverpool’s managerial position for a long time since his professional retirement.
He took on the role of U18 manager at Kirkby in 2017 as he sought to pursue a coaching career rather than concentrate on his profession as a commentator.
Gerrard then accepted the position at Ibrox. He led Rangers to win the Premiership for the first time in ten years.
After spending 2.5 years in Scotland, Gerrard decided to leave and join Aston Villa in the Premier League.
His time in the Midlands didn’t go as planned. And after just 11 months, he was fired because the Villains had only won two of their first 12 league games.
The Anfield legend hasn’t seemed any closer to being lined up for the Liverpool position since then.
As a result, these connections to PSG seem to have grown overnight.
Though, there’s no reason to rule out Gerrard’s successful transition to Paris. And thus, one day the former Liverpool captain eventually moving back to the Merseyside.
Even if Gerrard somehow managed to guide PSG to their holy grail of a first Champions League victory, his time at the club will not be extended if he does take over at PSG.
Even yet, the experience could be rather exciting for a manager out of a job and teach him many valuable lessons for the rest of his career and will eventually prepare him to takeover at Anfield.