Sport Jamie Carragher won't like Liverpool owners FSG's Steven Gerrard and Jurgen Klopp plan
Liverpool owners FSG watching Steven Gerrard closely at Rangers amid Jurgen Klopp fear
Liverpool's Boston-based owners Fenway Sports Group are keeping close tabs on Steven Gerrard's Rangers it has been claimed.Gerrard has long been talked up as Liverpool's potential successor to Klopp in the future.
Jamie Carragher won't like Liverpool's plan to replace Jurgen Klopp with Steven Gerrard. The Reds' owners FSG are believed to be monitoring Gerrard's progress as Rangers boss amid fears Klopp could leave Anfield before the end of his contract.
Klopp is contracted to Liverpool until 2024, and it has long been expected he will take charge of the German national team when he eventually leaves Merseyside.
Gerrard has been viewed as a strong candidate to be Klopp's long-term successor, with the Reds legend on the brink of leading Rangers to their first Scottish Premiership title since 2011.
Liverpool owners 'must be looking' at Steven Gerrard closely to replace Jurgen Klopp now
Jurgen Klopp and Steven Gerrard have had very different seasons at Liverpool and Rangers respectively.He started his coaching career with Liverpool's under-18 team before taking up the vacant role of Rangers manager back in 2018.
However, thehas claimed Gerrard could land his dream job sooner than expected, with Klopp reportedly open to leaving Liverpool early.
There is a growing expectation that Germany boss Joachim Low could be replaced following the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
And it is believed Klopp would seriously consider leaving Liverpool before the end of his contract - meaning he could take charge of Die Mannschaft before Germany hosts the European Championships in 2024.
That might not please Carragher, who recently said he felt it was too early for his long-time pal Gerrard to manage their former club.
Philippe Coutinho message sent to Liverpool boss Klopp as Jamie Carragher rues fatal flaw
Jamie Carragher believes that Liverpool should have signed a replacement for Philippe Coutinho after the Brazilian's departure three years ago.It was the same old story in attack for Liverpool, who struggled to create clear-cut chances and failed to take their opportunities when they arrived.
Back in January, Carragher was talking about the struggles of then Chelsea boss Frank Lampard when he was asked about Gerrard's prospects as a future Liverpool boss.
"Stevie Gerrard's gone to Rangers - doing really well," Carragher told Sky Sports.
"Looks like he'll win the title this season. Would I want Steven Gerrard to be the Liverpool manager without more experience? Possibly not.
"Because I just think when you get those really big jobs and you haven't got that experience you've got nothing to fall back on when times are tough as they will be for the next few weeks for Frank.
"Players of my generation, certainly me, I don't want to go down to the lower leagues and learn about coaching."
Carragher's fears for Lampard proved well founded, as his former England team-mate was sacked as Chelsea manager a few weeks later.
And Liverpool fans will hope the same fate does not befall Gerrard if he does take over the Anfield hotseat.
"Nowhere near good enough" - Jamie Carragher brutally assesses Divock Origi .
Jamie Carragher has provided a brutal assessment of Divock Origi, claiming he is “nowhere near good enough”. The Belgian has been a peripheral figure for the Reds this season, finding playing time hard to come by. Origi has made just two Premier League starts all season, also scoring only once in all competitions. Speaking on Sky Sports‘ Super 6 Podcast, Carragher didn’t hold back with regards to the striker, saying he simply isn’t up to the level required at Anfield: “If you look at Liverpool’s attacking players they don’t have a striker. Jota is not a striker, same with Mane, same with Salah.” “They have Divock Origi but he’s nowhere near good enough.