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“Eager to accept”: New manager is ready to join Liverpool FC on three-year deal

“Eager to accept”: New manager is ready to join Liverpool FC on three-year deal

Amidst Liverpool's search for a successor to Jurgen Klopp, one candidate has reportedly expressed a keen interest in taking over the reins at Anfield.

Despite aspirations of a trophy-laden send-off for Klopp, Liverpool's chances of a quadruple this season have faded following an FA Cup defeat to Manchester United and a recent exit from the Europa League at the hands of Atalanta.

With the Premier League now the sole focus, Liverpool's management is concurrently preparing for a smooth managerial transition at the season's end.

Among the numerous names linked to the Liverpool job, Ruben Amorim's has been a constant presence in the rumour mill.

The 39-year-old Sporting Lisbon manager's reputation has been on the rise, especially as he edges closer to securing another Primeira Liga title, potentially bolstering his already impressive credentials.

Unconfirmed reports suggest Liverpool have extended a three-year contract offer to Amorim, whose successful tenure at Sporting has not gone unnoticed.

Backing these claims, TeamTalk has provided insight into Amorim's response to the purported offer from Liverpool.

According to the outlet, and reinforced by comments from former Premier League player Nigel Reo-Coker who hailed Amorim as the 'perfect' replacement for Klopp on CBS, Amorim is 'eager to accept' the proposal from Liverpool.

This development is sure to delight my fellow Liverpool supporters, who may be eager to see Amorim continue the club's success in the post-Klopp era.

Ruben Amorim has a massive task on his hands

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Amorim may not be waling into a mess like Klopp did when he replaced Brendan Rodgers in October 2015, the 39-year-old still has a massive task at hand.

Following Klopp at Liverpool sounds like a nightmare.

The pressure and expectation from supporters and the media alike to meet the lofty standards the German has brought back to the Anfield dugout is enormous.

Fortunately, Amorim seems to be a very cool, calm and collected fella and his tactics are also extremely impressive.

Even better, many of the players he has managed have nothing but good things to say about him, including Spurs fullback Pedro Porro, who told O Jogo all about his former boss.

He said: “Everyone knows what a good coach he is, he does things very well, he’s a great coach.

"I wish him all the best and have nothing but good things to say about him.”

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