Steven Gerrard has wasted little time in settling into his new surroundings in Saudi Arabia, as the newly appointed Al-Ettifaq boss is lining up moves for two Premier League stars.
The latest reports in the Daily Mail have claimed that the former Aston Villa boss is keen on adding Jordan Henderson and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang to his squad following his arrival.
Gerrard eyes moves for Jordan Henderson and Aubameyang
Gerrard was appointed as the near head coach of Al-Ettifaq on Monday after lengthy talks. It is likely that the former England international was promised new signings, and potential moves for two Premier League stars have already emerged.
Jordan Henderson is among the top stars being linked to the Middle East, with the Liverpool skipper likely to face a challenge for playing time after Jurgen Klopp has revamped his midfield options.
A deal for Aubameyang could be more straightforward, as Chelsea are keen to get the forward off the wage bill. Gerrard could also be open to a reunion with Philippe Coutinho, with Aston Villa keen to offload the attacking midfielder.