Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore has ruled out the possibility of re-signing club legend Steven Gerrard in order for the player to finally win a Premier League medal.
Gerrard—who manages Scottish Premiership title contenders Rangers—left Anfield in 2015 after 17 seasons and is often regarded as one of the best players in England to have never won a Premier League title.
Merseyside native Moore joked that the former talisman’s return was “really possible” aside from a selection of logistical obstacles preventing the gesture, per Liam Bekker of Soccer Laduma:
“Let me explain what would have to happen. So the question is, ‘can we bring Steven Gerrard back to get a Premier League medal?’ and the question I ask you is: Which player do you want to cut from the squad to make that happen? If you haven’t noticed, he’s the employee of a different football club at the same time as well.
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