Former Liverpool manager Roy Evans has ruled out the prospect of returning to Anfield if current boss Brendan Rodgers leaves. Rodgers has little more than 12 months remaining on his current deal and his stock has never been higher, having guided the Merseyside outfit to Champions League qualification and the top of the Premier League table. His remarkable transformation of a side that finished seventh last term has brought him to the attention of Europe’s biggest clubs, although he is still expected to extend his stay at Liverpool. In the event that a new contract is not agreed and he does depart there will be no shortage of names in the frame to take over, but Evans insists he will not even appear on the radar. He last managed the club between 1994 and 1998 before ending his association with Liverpool by mutual consent. Evans said on Twitter: “It is never going to happen sadly. I can’t, I have no qualifications.”Read more Liverpool transfer news.