Steven Gerrard is considering a trip to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia’s recent moves are terrifying. Starting with the recruitment of ‘superstar’ Cristiano Ronaldo last winter, they are continuously trying to recruit big names in Europe. He pushed for the signing of ‘GOAT’ Lionel Messi, although he headed to the United States, and succeeded in bringing Kante to Ngolo. In addition, they are targeting Sergio Ramos, Sergio Busquets, Jordi Alba, and Ilkay Gundogan.
His desire for a player led him to become a manager. He solidified his interest in Luis Enrique, who coached Barcelona and the Spanish national team. Transfer market expert Rudi Galetti said on his social media, “Al-Hilal wants a new manager. The club is in talks with manager Enrique. Al-Hilal has already rejected two offers, but continues to try.”먹튀검증
Following Enrique, another coach is involved in Saudi Arabia. The main character is Gerard. Liverpool ‘legend’ Gerrard began his coaching career after retiring from his playing career. After coaching Liverpool U-18, he took charge of Rangers in 2018 and led the team for three years.
built a successful career. In the 2020-21 season, he led Rangers to an undefeated league title. Thanks to this performance, he was named PFA Scotland Manager of the Year and was also named Scottish Premiership Manager of the Year. The Rangers’ career win rate was well over 60%.
He subsequently returned to England. His destination was Aston Villa, not Liverpool. However, life in his villa was not easy. He took the helm during the 2021-22 season and promised the next season by climbing to 14th in the league. The 2022-23 season that greeted it like that. His grades fell further. Villa struggled in the relegation zone at the beginning of the season. In the end, he was sacked in October 2022, and Unai Emery was appointed as his successor. Villa has been on the rise under the Emery system and has succeeded in winning the right to advance to the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa Conference League (UECL).
Gerrard is still unemployed after being sacked from Villa. Gerrard, who continues to seek a return to the managerial role, has recently been linked with Saudi Arabia. British media ‘Talk Sports’ said, “R. Itipak made an offer to Gerard. He welcomed the offer, but asked for time to consider it.”