Friends Of Liverpool

Liverpool Captain Steven Gerrard wants to add to his medal collection by moving abroad to Spanish giants, Real Madrid in the summer.

The Captain is worried at the direction the club is taking this season and is worried that Liverpool is falling behind Man City, Spurs and even Aston Villa this season.

It is believed that the 30 year old skipper would command a fee of £30 million, which Real Madrid would have no problem in raising for a player they have coveted for a long time.

A source close to the player said: “Stevie doesn’t want to play for another club in the Premier League. If he did move, then he would prefer it to be abroad to a club like Real Madrid or Inter Milan.”

Hard to blame Steven if he wanted to put his career first, he has given his life to Liverpool Football club and owes us nothing, so I wouldn’t blame him if he left.

After all Kevin Keegan, John Toshack and Graham Sounness did the same thing years ago.

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