Steven Gerrard's future on the bench depends on none other than Joachim Löw. But how is it possible? By a domino effect that would cause the benches of Germany, Liverpool and Glasgow Rangers to change tenants. The position of Löw in the Germany National Team has been staggering for some time and, according to the information in Europe, the German Federation has clear that his successor must be Jurgen Klopp.
Although it is true that, initially, the German coach has a contract until after the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the instability in his last commitments puts a coach into question, who if he does not have a good performance in the next European Championship, It could churn the waters and speed up the changing of the guards.
The fear of this succession of events has reached English territory, which has increased Liverpool's interest in Steven Gerrard. The Reds legend is about to win the Scottish Premiership with Glasgow Rangers and has long been monitored by the noble part of his former team. The good role he is playing in Scotland, in addition, makes him already considered ready to take over from Jurgen Klopp, who will lead the team to the top after winning the Champions League two years ago.
In principle, they expected it to happen later, but if necessary, the measure will be taken immediately. It should be noted that Gerrard's methods were already liked at Anfield when shortly after his retirement he joined the Liverpool academy before making the jump to Glasgow. In addition, they are confident that he will not consider any other offer from the Premier League that is not from his love team. Anyway, the confidence in Klopp is total, and if nothing strange happens, he would continue to be the coach of his team.
How Rangers can win the title this weekend
Gerrard's team visit the Tony Macaroni Arena on Wednesday, one of the few venues at which they've dropped points this term, before hosting St Mirren on Saturday. However, they will still not be able to be champions, until the weekend, but they can leave their rivals with no margin for error. If Rangers win their next two games, and Celtic lose to Dundee United, the faltering champions would be 21 points adrift with only 18 left to play for. That would be enough to take the title back to Ibrox even before the March 21 derby at Celtic Park.