Journalist Reveals When Liverpool Will Reach Full Agreement with Manager to Replace Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool are swiftly moving forward with the appointment of their next manager to succeed Jurgen Klopp, who will depart at the end of the season.

Following their unsuccessful pursuit of Xabi Alonso, the club is now focusing on securing Ruben Amorim for the role at Anfield, alongside consideration of other potential candidates.

Fabrizio Romano reported earlier this week that Liverpool are currently in internal discussions and have yet to finalise a decision regarding their next manager.

However, Portuguese journalist Pedro Sepulveda claims that Liverpool now aim to reach a “full agreement” with Amorim as soon as next week.

The 39-year-old manager has impressed with his work at Sporting Lisbon and is reportedly ready to join Liverpool.

Sepuleveda wrote on X: “This Sporting victory over Benfica today by 2-1 will speed up negotiations between Ruben Amorim and Liverpool. The Reds hope to reach a full agreement on the terms of the contract next week with the Portuguese coach.”

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Ruben Amorim

Amorim’s managerial prowess shines brightly, suggesting the Reds may have found their ideal candidate.

While stepping into Jurgen Klopp’s shoes won’t be easy, Liverpool boast a solid structure poised to support the new manager and carry on the legacy.

The negotiation process will likely occur discreetly to avoid disrupting the current campaign, as Liverpool remain focused on pursuing success in both the Premier League and Europa League without distractions.

Timing is crucial for the announcement, as Liverpool aims to bid farewell to Klopp in a fitting manner. Consequently, any official declaration will be postponed until after Klopp’s departure.

Liverpool are set to clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford in a crucial Premier League fixture on Sunday. A triumph would propel them back to the league’s summit, surpassing both Arsenal and Manchester City in the standings.

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