Joel Matip names two Liverpool players who could become managers in the future

Liverpool defender Joel Matip has named two teammates he believes could be future managers.

Many in the Anfield side have already proven their qualifications to be top coaches in the future. One of Liverpool’s strengths over the years has arguably been their will and determination.

A good example is Steven Gerrard, a former Redsman who later found success as a manager. The former Reds captain won the Soviet Premier League with Rangers and now manages Aston Villa.

According to Matip, more could follow Gerrard into the coaching world.

He believes current club captain Jordan Henderson or veteran midfielder James Milner would be the best fit as future managers.he said (via Anfield Watch):

“For me, I think it should be Hendo or Millie.”

Joel Matip on potential Liverpool player to become manager: “For me, I think it would be Hendo or Millie.” #awlive [emirates]

Henderson, who joined Liverpool from Sunderland in 2011, has had to face his fair share of doubters.

In recent years, however, he has been the unsung hero at the heart of Jurgen Klopp’s midfield. He gave some great performances of why he was such a good leader.

Meanwhile, Milner doesn’t seem to be getting old. Now 36, he continues to play with the energy and enthusiasm of a budding player.

During their time at Anfield, both won the Champions League and the Premier League.

Liverpool duo looking to add more honours

Reds still alive in title race

Finishing the League Cup with a penalty shootout victory over Chelsea in February, Liverpool are aiming for an unprecedented four-peat.

The Reds are in the FA Cup final and face Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday (May 14).

Jurgen Klopp’s side are also in another final when they travel to Paris on May 28 to face Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Meanwhile, a 2-1 win over Aston Villa on Tuesday 10 May kept their Premier League title hopes alive.

‘It’s all about the team, without the team I’m nothing’ Humble Sadio Mane and Jordan Henderson reflect on a vital Liverpool win tonight 👇 /B4BOrEBCsd

With goals from Joel Matip and Sadio Mane offsetting Douglas Luiz’s opener, Liverpool could still dream of a four-game winning streak. They are second in the Premier League table, level with leaders Manchester City with one game in hand.

All eyes are now on City’s match against Wolverhampton Wanderers in Molino on May 11.

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