Liverpool contacts former sporting director, Michael Edwards…But the offer has been rejected

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With the announcement of Jurgen Klopp’s departure, key coaches are also leaving the team. The new sporting director, Jorg Schmidtke, who took over last summer, has also left the team, forcing the team to enter a truly new era.

In the managerial search, the names of young but proven leaders such as Xabi Alonso and Roberto de Zerbi are being discussed. Along with that, Liverpool is looking to revamp its organization and is searching for someone who can take charge of the new chapter after the departure of the German commander.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the club has approached former sporting director Michael Edwards, who once headed Liverpool’s reinforcement department and was instrumental in acquiring Mohamed Salah, to take charge of the club’s restructuring, but the club’s proposal has been declined by him.

“Liverpool have made contact with Michael Edwards over the weekend.”

“FSG plan was to offer to be in charge of the restructure at the club.”

“Understand Edwards has rejected Liverpool proposal as he’s not interested even in a more senior role as of today.”