LA Galaxy boss claims rumours of Liverpool move for Steven Gerrard are 'ridiculous'

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Many Liverpool supporters became overwhelmed with excitement yesterday when the rumour-mill starting producing reports that Steven Gerrard was bound for an Anfield return. The news isn’t nearly so rosy today however, with LA Galaxy boss Bruce Arena having claimed that the idea of Gerrard playing for Liverpool again were ridiculous. It was never confirmed that the former Anfield captain would play for the Reds this year anyway, rather speculated that Klopp wanted him to train while the MLS is in it’s off-season. In anycase Arena said he doesn’t believe talk of the return is at all accurate, though he has no problem with Gerrard keeping fit at Melwood. Sticking with that theme, former Reds midfielder Dietmar Hamann has warned Klopp not to sign Gerrard on loan if he has the chance. The German said he wasn’t even sure having the legend train with them was a good idea, as it will bring about constant speculation the club doesn’t need.

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