According to reports, Liverpool’s new manager has agreed a contract.

0
20

Because of connections to the Liverpool manager’s position, Nagelsmann has held negotiations with a number of interested teams but has turned them all down.

With Julian Nagelsmann agreeing to a new contract with the Germany national team, Liverpool now has less options when searching for Jurgen Klopp’s replacement.

The 36-year-old’s contract was originally intended to end with this summer’s home European Championships, when he was first chosen as interim manager. He has since decided to serve a longer term, citing “a decision of the heart” for the change.

Although Nagelsmann was never seen as the front-runner, he was briefly associated with the Liverpool role. His representative, Volker Struth, disclosed that his client had discussions with several European clubs and Bayern Munich, but all of them were passed up in favor of the national squad.

In an interview with the Spielmacher podcast, Struth stated, “It would be absurd to claim that we are not speaking with potential investors without first requesting their identity. I just have one thing to say: it’s not just Bayern Munich.”

Nevertheless, Nagelsmann has signed a new two-year contract with Germany, as the DFB has officially verified. After taking over for Hansi Flick in September, the coach has won three of his six games in charge, and he will remain in the position until after the 2026 World Cup.

In the meantime, Niko Kovac and Roberto De Zerbi are still included in the picture of conjecture, with Ruben Amorim being portrayed as the front-runner for the Liverpool job. As Liverpool continues their hunt, the ECHO disclosed that, in contrast to claims, no verbal agreement has been reached with Amorim.

More rumors have been stoked by journalist Pedro Sepulveda’s accusation that Amorim’s agent purchased a new home in Liverpool for one of his staff members. There are still rumors circulating about talks between Liverpool and the coach of Sporting Lisbon.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here