Gerrard is out of contract at the end of the season.
Serie A giants Inter Milan are the latest club to consider a bosman move for out-of-contract Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard at the end of the season, with the Mail reporting that new San Siro boss Roberto Mancini is looking to persuade Gerrard to move to Serie A for the final years of his career.
Whilst Liverpool are expected to open contract talks with Gerrard in the near future, the former England captain is yet to pen a new deal at Anfield to ensure that he finishes his career at the club and the midfielder has made it clear that he would be willing to move to another club if his future on Merseyside is not sorted out.
The experienced campaigner has come in for a degree of criticism this season on account of some ineffectual displays in central midfielder for Brendan Rodgers’ side, with a number of teams having successfully marked Gerrard out of the game.
In this sense a move to the slower paced atmosphere of Serie A could suit Gerrard, although his wages could be a problem for the club if they are to continue with their cost cutting exercise since winning the Champions League under Jose Mourinho.