"Gerrard, who made 710 appearances for his boyhood club during 17 years at Anfield, formally takes charge of Rangers on 1 June and said he was looking forward to getting started".
The 29-year-old spent eight years in England with Huddersfield and the Clarets and is excited about the prospect of returning to his native land at a fascinating time for his new club.
New Rangers manager Steven Gerrard hopes to emulate the style of football that Jurgen Klopp has established at Liverpool.
As revealed by Football Insider, Arfield will be paid more than £25,000-a-week, meaning his Rangers deal will cost £5.3million in wages alone. A left footer who stands at 5ft 11in (according to Transfermarkt), Arfield can play either in central midfield or on the left flank, and he will bring class and bite to a midfield that is in need of reinforcing after once again falling short in the marquee matches this season.
"I'm excited to work with Gerrard, if you don't get excited by it you shouldn't walk through the front door".
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It was fortunate enough to play against him.
Rangers have moved to the brink of completing the transfer of Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield.
That's because a major statement about Gerrard's backroom staff is expected.
"I said cheerio to them yesterday but I think I'll be seeing them in three weeks or something", said Arfield.
"He is a talented and competitive midfielder who has competed at a high level in the English Premier League and internationally for Canada".