According to talkSPORT host Alan Brazil, Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard could depart Rangers to take the Arsenal job.
The former Merseyside Reds captain has not been in management for long, but has influenced at Rangers and has been talked up as a potential future Liverpool boss.
It remains to be seen if Gerrard can undoubtedly make it big in management in a more competitive league just yet, but Frank Lampard has shown what he can do at Chelsea this campaign with a similar level of experience behind him.
Still, would Gerrard receive a job with an English club and ignore his beloved Liverpool? Brazil thinks if the offer came in, he’d jump at the opportunity.
“If the Arsenal job comes up, see you later,” Brazil said on Thursday. “He’ll do a Brendan [Rodgers].”
This follows Rodgers leaving Celtic for Leicester City midway through last campaign, with the Northern Irishman preferring a job in the Premier League to one in the Scottish Premiership.
Unai Emery is currently under pressure at Arsenal, and several candidates have been linked with the job, though it perhaps looks unlikely Gerrard would be one of them right now anyway.