The iconic Red has been connected with an arrival to England.
Be that as it may, sources near Rangers guarantee he needs to remain in Scotland.
Officers were the other participants this season, completing the crusade second, 13 points behind Celtic.
They will go all out next term to beat their most despised opponents.
Steven Gerrard has no goal to come back to England as next season will allow him to beat Rangers' main opponents Celtic in the title race.
As indicated by the Liverpool Echo, the 40-year-old amazing midfielder has been connected with an exit from Ibrox with so much sides as Championship outfit Bristol City being the bookies top choices to land him.
In any case, Talksport moderator Jim White who is accepted to have a decent association with Rangers, claims: "It is our understanding that Steven Gerrard will remain with Rangers as he has definitely no enthusiasm for being anyplace else other than at Rangers."
Officers completed their Scottish Premiership crusade second after the local season in Scotland was dropped due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Gers completed the season 13 points behind Celtic and will be hoping to beat their most outstanding adversaries next term.
Clearly, a possibility of beating the Bhoys is a legitimate test for Gerrard who is attached to Rangers until the summer of 2024.
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