Liverpool give Jurgen Klopp’s replacement a three-year contract following productive negotiations

According to caughtoffside, Liverpool is thought to have offered Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso a three-year contract following fruitful negotiations with the Spanish coach. According to TEAMtalk, the Reds are hoping to beat Bayern Munich to Alonso’s signature and have already offered him a long-term contract.

The Leverkusen manager is thought to be open to the prospect of returning to Anfield since he enjoyed his time on Merseyside and believes the chance is too good to pass. If a deal is struck, any official announcement will be deferred until Jurgen Klopp departs the club, since the German will complete his nine-year tenure at Liverpool after the current season.

Xabi Alonso will be 100% focused on Bayer Leverkusen.

This allegation should be regarded with a grain of salt, as several reliable journalists have said that Alonso is entirely focused on his current assignment of leading Bayer Leverkusen to a triple. The Spanish coach has all the cards and should not rush to determine his future.

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Furthermore, Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg revealed this week that the Bundesliga winners will want between €15 million and €25 million to split ways with their manager this summer. Liverpool is unlikely to pay so much money for a coach since that is not their style.

The Spaniard will have a contractual release clause in the summer of 2025, worth around €15 million. That is a more reasonable cost, and it is during this period that the 42-year-old might take the next step in his career. It’s unclear what Liverpool will do in the meantime, but the manager’s position at Anfield will always be available to the Leverkusen manager.

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