Barry Ferguson has told Go Radio that he expects Steven Gerrard to remain in the Rangers hotseat for at least the next three season – before eventually swapping Ibrox for Anfield and moving down south to replace Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.
Gerrard is on the verge of tasting his first silverware as a manager after almost three years in the job at Rangers. But it is a big one – pipping Celtic to win his side’s 55th league title, and simultaneously stopping 10 in a row.
The Liverpool legend was sent off at half-time on Wednesday night but his players just about did the job, as Alfredo Morelos scored a late winner to beat Livingston 1-0 away from home. They need just four points from the remaining seven games.
Rangers legend Ferguson was asked about Gerrard’s future, who is contracted at Rangers until the summer of 2024. He believes Gerrard will remain at Ibrox for the next two or three seasons, but will eventually end up managing Liverpool.