Steven Gerrard to Rangers: Chris Sutton drops major hint on announcement

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Following the loss to Celtic, who won the Scottish Premiership for a seventh consecutive year thanks to the win, reports emerged that Gerrard - who is in charge of Liverpool's Under-19s side - is Rangers' top target to take over for next season.

The former Liverpool and England captain, now in charge of the under-18s side at Anfield, said on BT Sport on Tuesday night that he has held initial discussions with the Scottish Premiership club.

Appearing on BT Sport to analyse Real Madrid's Champions League clash with Bayern Munich, Gerrard was asked point blank if there was truth in the rumours that he had held talks with Tangers - and he confirmed that this was, in fact, the case. "I have held initial talks with Rangers, and the plans are to pick them up in a couple of days' time". "I've held positive talks".

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Rangers look set to finish third in the Scottish Premier League after being humiliated by Celtic 5-0 on Sunday, with a lot of people making Gerrard aware of the size of the task at hand.

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has been strongly linked with the role and is long odds-on to be appointed Rangers boss.

Assistant coaches Jimmy Nicholl and Jonatan Johansson will take over dugout responsibilities for Saturday's home game with Kilmarnock while Rangers chiefs look to lift the dark gloom now sitting over Ibrox by securing the appointment of Kop icon Gerrard.

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"Graeme has had to contend with hard and challenging circumstances but conducted himself in a thoroughly professional manner".

"If it feels right, I think he can handle that pressure from his playing days, he's no stranger to that with the career he had in the game".

Gerrard is reportedly closing in on his first managerial job at SPL giants Rangers.

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