Reds ace told to accept lower wages to stay at Anfield.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is said to be in no rush to sign a new contract at Anfield after being offered a new short-term deal on reduced wages, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 34-year-old is considering his future at his boyhood club at the moment, having spent his entire career with the Reds and becoming one of their greatest players of all time.
However, he now looks somewhat past his best and may find himself increasingly in and out of Brendan Rodgers’ side as the Northern Irishman looks to build a squad of promising young players.
Gerrard can no longer influence matches in the way he used to, and has to accept a lower contract if he is to remain with Liverpool, though he and his representatives are biding their time over any decision.
The former England international, who retired from Three Lions duty after this summer’s World Cup, is free to talk to foreign clubs from January onwards, and can leave Merseyside on a free transfer at the end of this season.
It looks increasingly likely that Gerrard could be on his way out of Liverpool as he stalls on committing his future to the club.