Liverpool Talks With ‘Perfect’ Manager ‘On Hold’ Despite ‘Key Stage’ Reached: Report

Liverpool Talks With ‘Perfect’ Manager ‘On Hold’ Despite ‘Key Stage’ Reached: Report

Liverpool have put managerial talks with Ruben Amorim ‘on hold’ after the recent update despite the arrangements reaching ‘key stage’.

With each passing day, the managerial future of the Merseyside club is looking to be in jeopardy.

Since the public announcement of the impending departure of Jurgen Klopp back in January, the club has been actively seeking an adequate replacement for the German.

Every time they have identified a candidate to be the perfect successor to the outbound Reds boss, something or the other has come up in the way to block the deal.

Xabi Alonso, despite being chosen to be the replacement for Klopp, committed to the Bayer Leverkusen job for the next coming seasons.

Next in line was Sporting CP boss Ruben Amorim with whom the club had several talks and both the parties almost reached an agreement.

However, the Portuguese manager recently flew out to London for managerial talks with West Ham United.

This has led the Anfield giants to another huge bump, potentially opting towards another candidate. And reports suggest that the club has identified Feyenoord manager Arne Slot.

Liverpool Talks With Ruben Amorim ‘On Hold’

Journalist Rudy Galetti has suggested that ‘everything is on hold’ between LFC and the Portuguese manager, even though talks had previously reached a ‘key stage’.

The Italian journalist has also claimed that the proposal of the Hammers ‘doesn’t convince’ Amorim and the chances of staying at Sporting CP are growing’.

The current Sporting CP manager has been described as the ‘perfect’ replacement for Jurgen Klopp by Nigel Reo-Coker on CBS Sports.

However, Arne Slot is also not a bad option considering how he has been managing the Dutch giants.

No matter who replaces Klopp on the Liverpool throne, the club’s higher officials will be trying their best to find the best replacement.

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