Liverpool Legend Dirk Kuyt is in the running to take over from Giovanni Van Bronchorst at the end of the season at the helms of boyhood club Feyenoord. The 38-year-old been playing amateur football in Holland but wants to begin management after hanging his boots at the end oflast season.

Giovanni Van Bronkhorst is expected to step down from the club at the end of the season with Kuyt and Dick Advocaat the favourites to take over the position. The former Liverpool forward is looking to follow former teammate Steven Gerard ste[ps in managing a top club.

Kuyt had earlier revealed in an interview that he had spoken to Gerard about his plans to manage after the end of his career. According to the Dutchman Gerard has taken the right steps in managing Rangers which is a top club in Europe. However, he admits that Gerard’s ambition is to coach Liverpool in the nearest future.

Kuyt spent six seasons at Anfield but impressed fans with his work ethic and goalscoring nous. He hardly got injured and featured in a lot of games for the Reds which endeared to fans. During his stint at the club,Kuyt made 208 appearances scoring 51 goals for the club.

“He later transferred to the Turkish League where he played for Fernabache before returning “to Holland to play for Feyenoord. Kuyt helped the club to win their first championship since the “turn of the century“.

The 38-year-old currently plays for amateur Quick Boys and has reportedly begun taking coaching course in a bid to return to club management ahead of next season. His former club Liverpool are currently in a tight race with Manchester City for the EPL title as they look to win it for the first time since 1990.