BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Fabrizio Romano just said “exceptional” £130,000-a-week man will sign Liverpool contract today. Liverpool are pushing to appoint Feyenoord manager Arne Slot, and Fabrizio Romano has provided the latest update. 🚨Arne Slot looks set to replace Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool after a fee was agreed. 🚨Fabrizio Romano has now confirmed that he will sign his Liverpool contract on Friday. 🚨Documents are in place, while a work permit is pending for some of his staff members. Arne Slot Will Sign Liverpool Contract on Friday.


Liverpool are set to appoint Feyenoord manager Arne Slot as Jurgen Klopp’s replacement this summer, with Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano confirming that Slot will sign his contract at Anfield on Friday.

Back in April, reports suggested that Liverpool had agreed on a fee with Feyenoord to secure Slot, as they sought a successor for Klopp. The German manager had announced earlier in the season that he would be leaving, necessitating a crucial decision for the Merseyside club.

Slot to Sign Liverpool Contract on Friday

On Friday afternoon, Romano confirmed that Slot would be signing his contract with Liverpool, with all necessary documents ready. The official announcement from Liverpool will follow soon after:

“Arne Slot formally signs his contract as new Liverpool head coach today, all documents are in place. The official announcement will follow with #LFC desired timing. Work permit still pending for some of his staff members and then it will be all sealed.”

It has been well-known that Slot, described as ‘exceptional’ by a former colleague, is the preferred choice of Liverpool’s sporting directors Richard Hughes and Michael Edwards. Slot, who reportedly earns around £130,000 a week at Feyenoord, is seen as a worthwhile investment for Liverpool if he can bring success to the club.

This decision marks one of the most significant in Liverpool’s recent history. Klopp has brought tremendous success to Anfield during his nearly 10-year tenure, so finding a capable successor is crucial.

Slot is currently preparing for what is likely his final game as Feyenoord manager, with the Eredivisie side set to face their Rotterdam rivals, Excelsior, on Sunday. The 45-year-old may also watch Liverpool’s last game of the season and Klopp’s farewell, as he prepares to step into the role of the German coach.

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