Liverpool legends ​Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher could both be offered permanent positions back at the club, according to reports in the Telegraph.


The paper claims that the club's hierarchy are ready to make amends for previous mistakes and would be keen to add one of the legendary figures to the backroom staff.



Gerrard left Merseyside in favour of a move to LA Galaxy at the end of last season while Carragher is currently working as a pundit for Sky Sports.


Liverpool went into the Merseyside Derby without any local players in the side and it believed that Fenway Sports Group could make big changes following the exit of Brendan Rodgers.


Rodgers was sacked as the Liverpool manager on Sunday evening, with former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp the favourite to replace him at Anfield. 


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FSG's principal owner John W Henry, chairman Tom Werner and Gordon released a statement thanking the Northern Irishman for his work at the club.


 “We would like to place on record our sincere thanks to Brendan Rodgers for the significant contribution he has made to the club and express our gratitude for his hard work and commitment," the statement read.


“All of us have experienced some wonderful moments with Brendan as manager and we are confident he will enjoy a long career in the game."


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"Although this has been a difficult decision, we believe it provides us with the best opportunity for success on the pitch." 


"Ambition and winning are at the heart of what we want to bring to Liverpool and we believe this change gives us the best opportunity to deliver it."


“The search for a new manager is underway and we hope to make an appointment in a decisive and timely manner.”