England and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard is still playing football, but he may be coming back to England for a role with the Three Lions sooner rather than later.
According to Sun Sport, Gerrard is going to be offered a coaching role with the England national team as a youth coach while he pursues his UEFA badges. Per the source the FA is interested in Gerrard’s input as to who should fill the vacant manager position for the Three Lions.
Gerrard currently plays midfielder for the LA Galaxy but Sun Sport revealed that he will return to England on or before the end of the Major League Soccer season in November due to difficulties settling in the United States. He is expected to work with Liverpool’s Under-21 team when he returns.
The former Liverpool man was capped 114 times for England from 2000 to 2014 – fourth most in team history – and scored 21 goals for the team during his decade-plus career.
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