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Terry Venables has come out in the press this week and said that Liverpool should consider selling Steven Gerrard.

The former England boss, now reduced to writing for trashy tabloids and the odd TV appearance claims the club would be better off by cashing in on our Captain and buying two quality players with the money we would get from cashing in on Stevie G:

“The £40m, £50m or even £60m received for Gerrard could fund three or four good signings and be the catalyst for a bright new era at Anfield.

“Liverpool could have a new direction,” El Tel goes on to say,”New tactics and goals could come from elsewhere on the field.

I am sure he is as frustrated as anyone by his club’s season…I wonder if he might depart this summer?

Much will depend on where his club finish this term.”

Thanks for that Terry, I don’t think Steven is going anywhere, he is Liverpool through and through and recently laughed off reports in the press that he is set to leave the club.

In fact, he is determined to bring the Premiership trophy to Anfield before he ends his career.

Keep smiling Terry!

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