The midfielder recently agreed to move to LA Galaxy…
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has said that he cannot rule out a return to the Merseyside club, reports Goal.com.
The midfielder has announced that he has agreed a summer move to LA Galaxy, but could still return to Brendan Rodgers’ side on a temporary deal.
This would be similar to the way in which Frank Lampard has been able to return to the Premier League despite signing for New York City FC.
He remarked to the Liverpool Echo: “I’ve not even thought about the possibility of a loan. I’ve not had that conversation with anyone. I can’t rule it out but I can’t confirm it would happen either.”
However, the president of the Major League Soccer side has said to BBC Radio 5 Live that “Gerrard’s focus will be LA Galaxy”. So any deal may be troublesome to make happen.
The 34-year-old has said that he would love to come back to train with his current teammates during the MLS’ winter break, but is unsure as to whether that would lead to him playing for the club that he has become synonymous with.
“The way the season works in MLS, there’s a break around winter time. What I can say is that I’d love to be able to come back and train with the lads to keep my fitness levels up,” he added.
“Whether that could lead to playing for the club again, I don’t know. That wouldn’t be my decision. You’d have to ask others that question.”