Glasgow Rangers manager Steven Gerrard will leave the Ibrox club for Arsenal, thinks Alan Brazil.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard

Alan Brazil has suggested that Rangers manager Steven Gerrard will leave the Ibrox club if Arsenal come calling, as quoted in The Scottish Sun.

Former Scotland international forward Brazil – who now works as a presenter on talkSPORT and stated in The Sunday Post in July 2017 that he is red-hot Celtic fan – believes that Gerrard will follow in the footsteps of Brendan Rodgers if Arsenal come calling.

Rodgers left his managerial role at Celtic last season to become the new boss of Leicester City in the Premier League.

Arsenal are going through a difficult period at the moment, with current manager Unai Emery coming under pressure.

The Scottish Sun quotes Brazil as saying: “If the Arsenal job comes up, see you later. He’ll do a Brendan.”

Rangers stay

Arsenal are a massive club, but the North London outfit are not challenging for major honours at the moment.

Gerrard is settled at Rangers at the moment, and there is a genuine chance that the Gers could win the Scottish Premiership title this season.

It is hard to see the Liverpool legend leave his managerial role at Rangers in the middle of the season.

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