Steven Gerrard may no longer be an official part of Liverpool’s squad, but there is still a lot of love for the former captain at Anfield.
The Rangers manager, who made 710 appearances and scored 186 goals for the Reds, celebrated his 40th birthday on Saturday.
To commemorate the occasion, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp led his side in a rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ ahead of their training session at Melwood.
It was sung by a number of different players from different nationalities, with Mohamed Salah singing in Egyptian and Virgil van Dijk singing in Dutch.
Gerrard clearly appreciated the gesture and thanked the club on Instagram.
A special Melwood sing-a-long for Stevie’s birthday 🥳🎶 pic.twitter.com/4A49XRnrxI
— Liverpool FC (at 🏠) (@LFC) May 30, 2020