Gerrard, who retired from playing in 2016, is currently working as a coach for Liverpool’s under-18s.
However, despite the former England international’s lack of experience, Hill likes how Rangers are looking “outside of the box” when it comes to selecting a new manager.
Graeme Murty will take charge of this weekend’s Old Firm derby at Celtic Park, but with the Light Blues having struggled for consistency under the 43-year-old, it’s expected that Rangers will bring in a new man this summer.
And recent reports suggest that Gerrard’s name features highly on Dave King’s list of potential candidates.
Hill has since Tweeted that Gerrard would represent a “brave” appointment from Rangers and a possible step in the right direction:
It’s a brave appointment,but I like that they are thinking outside of the box and looking at young and upcoming coaches. Gerard’s playing CV is second to none and he has done well in the Liverpool academy as well. His presence will certainly get the respect from the players. https://t.co/R0jdUJvVXC
— Clint Hill (@clinthill29) April 26, 2018
Should Rangers be brave with selecting their next manager? Or should the club be looking toward a more experienced tactician following the curve-ball appointments of Mark Warburton and Pedro Caixinha?