Outgoing Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has suggested he has contemplated a suspicion of one day handling his boyhood bar – a purpose he believes ‘is substantially one of hardest jobs in a world.’
Gerrard will move his shining 17-year personification career with a Reds to a tighten during a finish of this deteriorate before fasten MLS side LA Galaxy after this summer.
The 34-year-old will play his final diversion during Anfield on Saturday when Liverpool horde Crystal Palace in their penultimate Premier League compare of a season.
Gerrard has been touted to lapse to a bar as a manager in a future, following in a footsteps of Kenny Dalglish, and it’s something Liverpool’s iconic No 8 admits he has suspicion about.
When asked if he could see himself as a destiny Liverpool boss, he told the Mirror: ‘We will have to wait and see. we don’t wish to burst into conclusions and emanate headlines.
‘Being a manager of this bar is substantially one of hardest jobs in a world. First and inaugural we have to be good enough, got to be prepared for it and got to be offering it.
‘A lot of things would have to occur from now until afterwards so we will have to wait and see. But it is something we have suspicion about so maybe one day.’
By Luke Augustus