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28 April 2018, 10:35 | Percy Christensen
Brendan Rodgers warns Rangers target Gerrard 'pick the right club'
The 32-year-old Scotland global midfielder played with Gerrard at Liverpool during the 2011-12 season before leaving for Stoke in the summer of 2012 for a transfer fee reported by The Guardian to be worth £4 million.
He said: "I'm not anxious because, if - and a big if - something would happen, it was always clear that Steven is, was and will always be a Liverpool legend".
And while the Hoops supporters, who will be in the vast majority inside the 60,000-capacity stadium, are anticipating a day of celebration, Rodgers wants his players first and foremost to concentrate on getting over the line. There is no decision.
If Gerrard is appointed by Rangers, former Fulham and Chelsea goalkeeper Schwarzer said the 37-year-old must deliver in the Scottish Premier League.
Graeme Murty, 43, has been in charge of Rangers since October and the club have other candidates on their shortlist - but Gerrard is the man they want.
"So if he thinks he's ready, he's ready".
"I also think the experience he has had so far with Liverpool's Under 18s will be invaluable".
Dressing room discord has been made public too as it was revealed in the wake of the Cup defeat veteran striker Kenny Miller and captain Lee Wallace had been involved in heated exchanges with 43-year-old Murty.
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