BREAKING: Liverpool decide on their next manager as three-year deal tabled – report

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Liverpool have allegedly made their choice with regards to their ideal candidate to replace Jurgen Klopp for the 2024/25 season and beyond.

Portuguese insider Pedro Sepulveda reported on X (formerly Twitter) this afternoon that the Reds have tabled a three-year deal for the Sporting Lisbon boss.

There had been tenuous links to the likes of Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United, though it would appear that the Merseysiders’ project is the most appealing.

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The next best candidate after Xabi Alonso?

There was a sense of brief panic about the fanbase after Xabi Alonso did the unthinkable (though not the unreasonable) by committing his future to Bayer Leverkusen.

With the benefit of hindsight, you can more than understand why our old midfielder felt obligated to continue his coaching path with the likely Bundesliga winners this year.

Amorim, for what it’s worth, appears to be far from a disappointing second-choice option.

The 39-year-old has reportedly ranked high in our internal data metrics. He’s also showcased a remarkable ability to win over fans whilst implementing an attractive, high-octane style of play.

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  1. Jurgen Klopp without doubt is one of the greatest manager to manage such an achievement. His tenure at Liverpool has been remarkable, and any successor will have big shoes to fill. While replicating Klopp’s achievements may seem daunting, new managers bring fresh perspectives and ideas that could lead to further success but no manager can achieve anything without the presences of Mo and the gang. Building on legacy alone won’t take you very far rather than redoing the impossible plainly stick to the possible.

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