Liverpool Poised to Secure Xabi Alonso as Next Manager on £96,000-a-Week Deal

Liverpool’s successful campaign across all competitions raises questions about their future under new management. Reports suggest that Xabi Alonso is the primary target to succeed Klopp at Anfield, with the Reds poised to finalize contract terms with the Spaniard.

According to TEAMtalk, Liverpool has extended a three-year contract offer to secure the services of the current Bayer Leverkusen coach. The re-appointment of Michael Edwards as CEO of Football bolsters Liverpool’s position in the pursuit of Alonso. Edwards intends to bring in Richard Hughes as the sporting director, further strengthening Liverpool’s bid, given Hughes’s close ties with Alonso’s representative, Inaki Ibanez.

Liverpool’s recent triumph over Sparta Prague, advancing to the Europa League quarter-finals with a resounding 6-1 victory (11-2 on aggregate), adds to their momentum. Meanwhile, Alonso’s Leverkusen staged a remarkable comeback against Qarabag, underscoring their resilience in the current season.

As Liverpool fans anticipate potential matchups in the next round, the prospect of Alonso returning to Anfield as a rival manager adds intrigue. This scenario could offer supporters the chance to sway the Spanish manager’s decision and reignite the special atmosphere of European nights at Anfield.

The unfolding saga surrounding Alonso’s potential appointment promises further developments, and we’ll ensure to keep you updated on any progress.

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