BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio romano, The Reds are looking for a successor to Jurgen Klopp, who surprisingly announced in January that he will depart Liverpool at the end of the current campaign. Reported by Fabrizio, Xabi Alonso has agreed with Liverpool to be the new head coach next season as he has his heart set on leading the Reds. He said ” in as much as I love where I am now and the competition is high here when I was called upon I couldn’t reject the offer Liverpool has a special place in my heart and I’m ready to take up from where he Jurgen Klopp left”.


Liverpool is on the hunt for a successor to Jurgen Klopp, who made the surprising announcement in January of his departure from the club at the end of the current season. The incoming manager faces the daunting task of filling Klopp’s considerable shoes, and there are few candidates who appear prepared for this challenge.

Among the frontrunners to step into Klopp’s role is the esteemed former Liverpool player Xabi Alonso. Alonso has been making waves as the manager of Bayer Leverkusen, leading them to the top of the Bundesliga and orchestrating a notable victory over Stuttgart in the DFB-Pokal quarter-final, maintaining his team’s unbeaten record for the season.

Alonso’s impressive track record, which includes lifting a relegation-threatened Werkself last season, has not only attracted Liverpool’s attention but also reportedly caught the eye of Chelsea, who are considering him as a potential replacement for Mauricio Pochettino if the Argentine fails to reverse the Blues’ fortunes.

However, according to Alonso’s former teammate Bastian Schweinsteiger, the Spaniard has his sights set on guiding Liverpool. Schweinsteiger expressed his belief that Alonso harbors a deep desire to coach Liverpool, echoing sentiments shared by another ex-teammate, Claudio Pizarro, in recent discussions with FootballTransfers.

In an interview with footballwave, Schweinsteiger remarked, “I know Xabi, and I believe that coaching Liverpool is his ultimate dream. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him take over at Liverpool someday. I hope he stays in the Bundesliga a while longer because he has been a tremendous asset to the league. If it weren’t for Leverkusen’s strong performance, Bayern would have a much larger lead in the standings. The title race would look very different.”

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