Jamie O’Hara thinks Steven Gerrard ought to grow to be the following Bournemouth supervisor as it’s a ‘greater job’ than Rangers.
The Cherries are looking for a brand new boss after Eddie Howe left the membership by mutual consent.
Bournemouth can be enjoying within the Championship subsequent season following their relegation from the Premier League on the ultimate day of the 2019/20 marketing campaign.
Gerrard is in his third season at Scottish Premiership aspect Rangers in his first managerial function since retiring as a participant.
O’Hara, who at the moment manages Nationwide League South aspect Billericay City, says the previous Liverpool midfielder ought to be part of Bournemouth.
He advised talkSPORT: “I wouldn’t wish to disrespect the Rangers individuals as a result of they’re an enormous soccer membership however it’s a greater job to doubtlessly be the Bournemouth supervisor.
“Rangers are an enormous, large soccer membership however for me there are solely two groups in Scotland. Bournemouth is the potential, they’ve simply dropped out of the Premier League and to get them again into the Premier League. They’re nonetheless a excessive profile soccer group.
“I’d take the Bournemouth job. It’s the larger job.”
The Cherries wouldn’t be the primary Championship membership to attempt to tempt Gerrard away from Rangers.
Bristol City reportedly made him their No.1 goal following the sacking of Lee Johnson however the 40-year-old was mentioned to have no real interest in the job.