The current Sky Sports pundit posted a photo of his son in bed, reading a copy of Gerrard’s recently released autobiography, My Story.
For the caption, Carragher wrote: “James has been struggling to sleep of late.....only one thing to cure that!”
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While Gerrard hasn’t yet replied to Carragher’s post, it’s safe to assume the all-action midfielder will see the funny side of his close friend’s comment.
It just remains to be seen whether the mild-mannered Gerrard will exact revenge on his cheeky pal.
Gerrard and Carragher unlikely to return this month
Following the dismissal of Brendan Rodgers on Sunday, both Gerrard and Carragher have been linked with potential returns to Anfield, as a number two for Jurgen Klopp.
But what are the chances of either of them accepting the assistant manager’s job - or a coaching role, at least - over the coming weeks?
Gerrard has only been in Los Angeles for a matter of months, following his departure from Anfield at the end of last season, and may not be ready to come back to England after such a brief period of time.
The chance to occupy a senior role with the Merseyside outfit will naturally tempt the die-hard Liverpool supporter, but Gerrard doesn’t appear to be ready to hang up his boots just yet.
Carragher, meanwhile, is unlikely to give up his well-paid job with Sky Sports.
The former England international has impressed as a television pundit and will be acutely aware that accepting any position in football carries significant risks. There are no guarantees it’ll work out.
It’s subsequently hard to envisage either Gerrard or Carragher accepting a job back at Liverpool this month.
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