After missing out on Ruben Amorim, Liverpool have an offbeat manager to replace Jurgen Klopp


  • It doesn’t look like Ruben Amorim will be in charge of Liverpool as previously speculated.
  • However, recent reports suggest that Liverpool could scout a Premier League manager to replace Jurgen Klopp.

Liverpool are preparing for a ma*sive summer overhaul for the 24/25 season. ‘red’ Their long-term coach Jurgen Klopp will leave in the summer of 2024 with a different manager at the helm.

Moreover, the club has also appointed a new CEO and Sporting Director who will manage the project at Liverpool. For managerial posts, ‘red’ Already made a shortlist with Sporting CP’s Ruben Amorim as the favourite

Liverpool have been strongly linked with the Portuguese manager to take the club into a new era and implement a different strategy than Jurgen Klopp. In this situation, it was expected that Ruben Amorim would be the perfect replacement for the German manager at Liverpool.

However, despite the report, Ruben has already signed a contract ‘red’, The Portuguese manager has repeatedly denied any links to Liverpool. The 39-year-old said, “I have not met with Liverpool for any interview and there is no contract, it is not true”. “I’m the sporting manager, I want to win here and I haven’t met any club. Nothing was agreed.”

The Portuguese manager seemed furious with the story of him being linked with a foreign club, pleading for it to stop. Although Reuben Amorim made that announcement He will leave Sporting CP At the end of the 23/24 season, Liverpool will be hurt by the lack of progress in negotiations with Ruben. Moreover, recent reports of West Ham’s link with the Portuguese could also dampen Liverpool’s hopes. However, it is said that the talks with Hatudi have broken down.

Liverpool are interested in signing Thomas Frank from Brentford

It looks like a lot ‘red’ Already starting to look for a backup if Ruben Amorim doesn’t get a deal. Liverpool have now turned their attention to a manager with plenty of Premier League pedigree under his belt.

Liverpool are reportedly considering Brentford’s Thomas Frank as their new manager for next season. The interest of the Liverpool board in the Danish manager is quite strong and will try everything to end the 8-year long relationship with Thomas. ‘The bee.’ The Liverpool hierarchy have been impressed with the work Thomas Frank has done at Brentford and could entrust him with their rebuilding process.

However, Thomas Frank is part of a Liverpool shortlist that includes many names. The Merseyside club are exploring his prospects with the likes of Arne Slott, Roberto Di Zerbi and Paulo Fonseca.

Thomas Frank was instrumental in Brentford’s rise to English football

The Brentford manager shocked the world in 2021, securing Brentford’s qualification to the Premier League for the following season. This is the first time in 74 years ‘bee’ He was going to enjoy top-level English football. It was a truly historic moment that cemented Thomas Frank’s name in Brentford’s history books.

The Danish manager then provided the English side with much more stability, making them regular participants in the Premier League. Thomas Frank transformed a 2/3rd tier English side into a mid-table Premier League side within a few years of joining as first team manager.

What has been even more amazing about the Dane’s management, is his ability to extract the maximum talent from his players. Brentford are not one of the biggest spenders in the Premier League and operate with a modest squad. However, instead of complaining about poor support from the board, Thomas Frank has built the core of his team around young players who don’t cost much.

By doing this, Thomas Frank produced many world cla*s players from Brentford such as Ivan Toney, Brian Mbeumo, Yone Wisa, etc. Thomas Frank has also impressed the Premier League with his attacking brand of football.

His great experience in nurturing talent, in addition to his ability to work under tight budgets, makes Thomas Franck an ideal candidate to replace Jurgen Klopp for Liverpool. It will be interesting to see if ‘red’ Make a splash for the Danish manager in the summer.

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