Steven Gerrard’s previous Liverpool colleague, Jerzy Dudek, anticipates that him should come back to Anfield as Klopp’s successor.
The previous Reds charm, is at present accountable for Scottish side Rangers and has guided them to three continuous successes this season.
With Klopp alluding to stopping after his arrangement terminates in 2022, Dudek has tipped Gerrard to venture in.
“When I was in Liverpool as of late, it was no mystery that Steven is the man and to be sure, contender for supplanting Klopp when he chooses his time at Anfield is finished.
“Everybody realizes that sometime the incredible skipper will return,” Dudek told Przeglad Sportowy.
Dudek, be that as it may, concedes he would have “chuckled” at the idea of Gerrard getting to be Liverpool chief during their playing days together.
“I was with Steven in the Liverpool changing area for a long time. I should concede I was astounded he turned into a director so rapidly subsequent to getting done with playing.
“I invested a great deal of energy with him in private as well and not once did he ever make reference to me he needed to turn into a director.
“Be that as it may, he is in a perfect world fit to it since he was an incredible pioneer and as a commander, he splendidly dealt with our changing area.
“Be that as it may, truly, I would have giggled at you in the event that you revealed to me he needed to be a supervisor,” he included.