Steven Gerrard would be welcomed at West Ham United, according to club official Karren Brady…
West Ham’s vice-chairman Karren Brady has slammed critics of Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, and has revealed that the former England international would be more than welcome at Upton Park.
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Reports in the Daily Mail carry quotes from Brady, who said: “If you want a new home, West Ham could be the very place!” She added that the 34-year-old is a terrific example to his team-mates.
Gerrard has been offered a new deal beyond 2014 at Liverpool, but is is yet to sign and could leave the club on a free transfer come the end of the season. He is free to talk to interested clubs from January onwards.
Brady believes there’s plenty of game time left in the player, saying: “It is Gerrard’s critics who should be written off, he has several good years in him yet, as several Liverpool players reminded us.
“Gerrard is capable of playing in all manner of roles, he’s a terrific example to his team-mates and clearly a sound adviser of the manager’s.”
West Ham have signed Joe Cole, Steward Downing and Andy Carroll from Liverpool in recent years, and would no doubt be delighted to add to that if Gerrard were to become available.
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