Report: Former Liverpool Striker Robbie Fowler ‘Would Love’ to Return to Anfield as Coach

Robbie Fowler is a Liverpool legend. But he might not be done leaving his mark at Anfield just yet, as he wants to return to Liverpool as a coach, according to Daily Mail.

Fowler, who is currently a free agent after leaving Perth Glory of the A-League, is in the midst of completing his UEFA coaching badges. Upon returning to England, he's served as a coach with MK Dons and Bury.

But the 36-year-old would love to eventually return to Anfield, where he's enjoyed so much success during his career.

"If I'm being honest, I would love to [come back to Liverpool one day] but it's not really my choice!" he said. "If I could walk there tomorrow, I would, but it's not the ideal world as we all know."

The fourth highest goal-scorer in Premier League history, Fowler scored 120 goals for Liverpool between 1993 and 2001, and then another eight upon returning to the club in 2006-07.

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