Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard has been reportedly linked with a return to his boyhood club Liverpool, according to The Independent.
The Ex-England skipper, who joined the MLS outfit on an 18-month contract at the end of last season has held telephonic conversations with Jurgen Klopp over a sensational return to Anfield.
The 35-year-old is expected to arrive to his former club this week, is said to be hoping to train with the Reds until January 15 when he is due back for pre-season training in the USA.
— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) November 3, 2015
The report claim that there could be a possibility of the clubs reaching an agreement that will enable Gerrard to play for the Premier League giants between now and then.
Gerrard recently admitted that next season could be his last as a player, but according to reports, Klopp is hoping Gerrard may play for the Reds again.
The report brings a lot of excitement among Liverpool fans:
Gerrard would be a mad supersub under Klopp. At least that what my heart wishes would be the case
— Red Star Liverpool (@RedStarLvrpool) November 3, 2015
— Phil Hammond (@phil_hammond_7) November 3, 2015
Not a bad birthday present that if Gerrard comes back!
— Kirsty (@LFCKirstyLFC) November 3, 2015
I'd have Gerrard back in a heartbeat... He needs to be around the place in anyway they can get him
— Jay Evans (@JayLFCEvans) November 3, 2015
Few were disappointed:
If Gerrard is coming back to train and be around the lads then that's great but if he's gonna see even a minute of game time, no thanks
— Jack☭ (@jxckhy) November 3, 2015
— Wendy Thomas (@bardsblond) November 3, 2015