The veteran midfielders will be speaking with the FA.
The FA are holding a commission to review the future of football in England with advice coming from Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.
The midfield duo were key members of the so-called ‘Golden Generation’ of English football that failed to live up to the hype and expectations.
New FA chairman Greg Dyke wants to look into what can be changed to help football in the country, but there have been many critics of the initiative.
The Premier League is suspicious of what Dyke is actually hoping to find out and refused to take up a place with the commission despite being invited.
Former Three Lions ace Gary Lineker has dubbed it ‘utterly pointless’ and Sol Campbell has said the whole thing lacks diversity.
However, Gerrard and Lampard have volunteered to speak with the commission and ex-player and manager Glenn Hoddle is among the coaches offering advice.
Arsenal and Chelsea bosses Wenger and Mourinho will also be consulted, as will former Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen.
There have been accusations for some time that England are failing on the international stage because their grass roots youth programmes are not as good as those of say Spain and Germany.
There are many disagreements on how much truth is in this, but Dyke clearly wants to announce his appointment at the FA by looking into what can be improved.
Of course there is likely to be a significant amount of opposition to the commission and what it entails.