English tabloid calls for Rangers boss to salvage £175m exit talk at under pressure club
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Tabloid wants Rangers boss to salvage £175m exit talk at Premier League side

A leading English tabloid newspaper has pushed for Rangers boss Steven Gerrard to become the next boss of Tottenham Hotspur and convince Harry Kane to stay at the club.

The Mirror has profiled Gerrard in an “obvious” look at who should be the next Spurs boss following the sacking Jose Mourinho earlier in the month.

English tabloid the Mirror has pushed for Steven Gerrard to be named Spurs boss. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The paper claims that Gerrard to Spurs makes “perfect sense” on numerous fronts not least the one regarding talismanic striker Kane who could leave the club this summer.

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England captain Kane, 27, is reportedly considering an exit from Tottenham [Athletic] and has been out this week claiming he wants to win “team trophies” in his career [Sky Sports].

The Mirror report goes into the relationship between Gerrard and £175m-valued forward Kane and discusses the attacking prowess with which the Liverpool legend has Rangers playing.

Ibrox gaffer Gerrard has also previously described wantaway Kane as “a perfect role model and an ambassador for the game”.

The report also comes after Tottenham reportedly missed out on two of the top reported targets for the position.

RB Leipzig manager Julien Nagelsmann was an early favourite but has since moved to Bayern Munich whilst ex-Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is said to have distanced himself from the job [Sky Sports].

Spurs captain Harry Kane is reportedly looking for a way out of Spurs after the club’s most recent trophy disappointment in the 1-0 defeat to Man City. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

But whilst the English tabloid might be linking Rangers boss Gerrard to the job there’s a real sentiment that when the manager does leave Ibrox there’s only one place he’s going.

And despite the fact that Gerrard has consistently reiterated his commitment to Ibrox, links to that particular job continue to persist in the British press.


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