By Emma Sanders

Steven Gerrard has delivered another hint on his plans for the future after posting an Instagram message wishing farewell to Los Angeles.

The former Liverpool captain spent 18 months with LA Galaxy but his MLS side were knocked out of the play-offs in the semi-final against Tim Howard’s Colorado on penalties.

It was believed to be Gerrard’s last game for the club and he’s all but confirmed he will be leaving America, though he is yet to confirm where he will go next.

Special place incredible view I will miss you LA 🤘#lalaland

A photo posted by Steven Gerrard (@stevengerrard) on

There have been a number of calls for Gerrard to return to Liverpool as a coach after he spent 17 years with the Merseyside club and is considered one of their greatest ever players.

The 36 year-old guided the club to a famous fifth Champions League victory in 2005 but never won the Premier League during his long career and a number of fans want him to sign a short-term contract in January to give him one last opportunity.

Liverpool are currently top of the league table and have played some of the club’s best football in recent years so Gerrard would struggle to get into the team.

Jurgen Klopp has previously admitted there will always be room for Gerrard at the club, though in what capacity is yet to be revealed.

The midfielder made 710 appearances for the Reds, with only Ian Callaghan and Jamie Carragher notching up more games and he scored 186 goals.

In other Liverpool news, this Brazilian coach has revealed what Coutinho’s future ambitions are amid recent speculation.