Liverpool ace admits: ‘I’d never say never to Celtic or Rangers move’

first_img Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos ALMOST Milner continues to excel in the Premier League He’s made 135 appearances for the Reds since joining on a free transfer from Manchester City in the summer of 2015, helping the Anfield outfit become genuine title contenders and reach last season’s Champions League final.Milner has proven he remains perfectly suited to football at an elite level, and his brilliant fitness and work rate make it likely he will be able to keep playing until well into his late 30s.Whether that will be with Liverpool remains to be seen, though Milner has previously admitted he would ‘love’ to play for Leeds again, having started his career at Elland Road. ‘I think it’s careless’ – Gerrard takes aim at Scotland for Jack injury ‘IT’S ON’ I told Rangers to beat Spurs to Luka Modric signing, reveals Ally McCoist WAT ABOUT THAT McCoist tells funny Rangers story about Gazza and new Napoli boss Gattuso Most read in Scottish football kent bound 2 Rangers won’t be forced to sell star striker in January, Ibrox chief claims Rangers team up with hummel UK to launch eco-friendly ZEROH2O kit scrap NOT HAPPY Liverpool midfielder James Milner has admitted he’d ‘never say never’ if offered the chance to join Celtic or Rangers some time in the future.Milner, 32, has continued to be one of the best players in the Premier League despite making his debut for Leeds over 15 years ago, with the versatile former England international a vitally important memeber of Jurgen Klopp’s high-flying squad. LANGUAGE BARRIER Robertson was released by Celtic as a teenager, but remains crazy about the club fear NO MOR Vinnie Jones: What I would have done to Scott Brown after Old Firm wind-up antics Karamoko Dembele ‘chooses’ who he will play for internationally He continued: “We have got Robbo in our dressing room who goes on about Celtic non-stop. He will definitely have it [Sunday’s Old Firm derby] on.“It was pretty neutral before he came, but I must admit I do lean towards the Rangers side when we are talking about it just to wind him up if nothing else.” However, the 32-year-old has now been asked whether he would ever consider moving north of the border some time in the future, to join one of Scottish football’s giants, Celtic or Rangers.“I would never say never,” Milner told the Herald. “You never know what is going to happen.”Though Milner displayed no real allegiance to either Old Firm rival, the midfielder did admit he’s starting to side towards Rangers – simply to annoy Celtic mad team-mate Andy Robertson. 2 Rangers finally get their man as Liverpool agree to £7m sale decision last_img

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