Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher could be offered Liverpool positions

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Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher could be offered permanent positions back at Liverpool, according to the Telegraph. 

The report claims that the club's hierarchy are ready to make amends after previous mistakes and could attempt to hand at least one of the club legends a route back to the club. 

Gerrard departed Merseyside in favour of a move to LA Galaxy at the end of last season while Carragher, who retired from the game in 2013, is currently working as a pundit for Sky Sports.


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The same report goes on to claim that there has been a lack of local voice at the club since Gerrard's departure, so it appears that Fenway Sports Group could make big changes following the exit of Brendan Rodgers. 

Rodgers was sacked as the club's manager yesterday evening, with former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp now the red-hot favourite to replace him at Anfield. 

It's far from certain, however, as to whether either Gerrard or Carragher would be tempted by a return to the club at this stage. 


It's understandable that FSG are looking at Gerrard and Carragher. Ultimately, the duo know the club inside out, but is it realistic to target either right now?

Let's be honest, it's extremely unlikely that Gerrard will give up on his career in the US anytime soon while Carragher is contracted to Sky. Perhaps bringing Carragher back to Anfield is possible, but Reds fans may well have to wait before the return of their former captain. 

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