Gerrard hints at Ipswich return
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 30-year-old enjoyed a month's spell on loan with the Portman Road club last term before injury brought an end to his time in East Anglia.
Gerrard has been in the shadow of Toffees number one Richard Wright at Goodison Park and the custodian has now revealed that he would be interested in a return to manager Joe Royle's side.
"It's a lovely thought as they are a massive club," Gerrard told the Evening Star.
"It's all a bit up in the air at the moment but the thought of going back to Ipswich is certainly appealing.
"It would be like moving from one Premiership club to another."
Despite handing a trial to former Celtic goalkeeper Javier Sanchez Broto for their pre-season tour of Scandinavia, Royle has indicated that his search for a new goalkeeper will continue when the club returns from their trip.
With Matteo Sereni completing a move to Lazio, Andy Marshall being released by Town and James Pullen on trial at Conference side Dagenham & Redbridge, Royle's need to find a keeper seems to be a priority.
It remains to be seen if Gerrard is the man Royle will try and lure back to the club, as Wright is currently struggling to be fit for the start the Premiership season for David Moyes's side.