Steven Gerrard to leave Liverpool: But is he the Reds' greatest ever player?

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The Independent Online

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is set to leave the club at the end of the season when his contract expires, ending a trophy-laden 26-year association with the club.

Gerrard joined Liverpool as an eight-year-old and has made 695 appearances and scored 180 goals, winning 11 trophies with pinnacle being lifting the Champions League in 2005.

 

He made his first team debut in 1998 and was made captain in 2003.

The midfielder will be 35 in May, and has been linked with a move to American Major League Soccer sides Los Angeles Galaxy and New York FC.

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