Steven Gerrard refuses to rule out taking Newcastle job as takeover 'interesting' to boss


Newcastle’s hunt for a potential new manager continues to rage on, with Steve Bruce expected to leave the managerial hot seat in the coming days. And in a new twist, Glasgow Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has refused to rule himself out of the job, calling the proposition ‘interesting’.

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A Saudi-backed consortium took over Newcastle last week, with the club becoming the richest in the league as a result.

Fans of the Magpies have long-yearned for success, with the club being starved of being the national powerhouse that it was in the 1990’s under the tepid ownership Mike Ashley held for 14 years.

Yet if they are to progress, the board see reason to sack Steve Bruce as the Newcastle-born manager has his side languishing in the relegation zone and without a win in seven games.

With Gerrard reportedly in the hat for the job, the Liverpool legend was asked whether or not he would be interested in the job should an offer be made to him.

And he refused to rule himself out of proceedings, saying: “‘I think it’s interesting, what’s happening at Newcastle.”

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