He won’t be in Portugal much longer…Fulham midfielder drums on Ruben Amorim at Liverpool

He won’t be in Portugal much longer...Fulham midfielder drums on Ruben Amorim at Liverpool Transfers

Bayer Leverkusen’s Xabi Alonso, the most likely successor to Jurgen Klopp, has decided to remain at the club next season, forcing Liverpool and Bayern Munich to change their targets to other candidates.

And second on the list is the Sporting leader Ruben Amorim. Despite being just 39 years old, he has not only experience in Portugal, but has also managed teams in numerous matches on the European stage.

Not only Liverpool, but also many strong clubs are interested in him. Fulham midfielder João Palhinha, who has coached at Braga and Sporting in the past, praised the Portuguese coach’s skills, but warned that the pressure at the prestigious club would be incomparable.

“Yes [he could manage Liverpool], of course, although the pressure is different.”

“When you coach a big Portuguese club, you have the pressure of the fans and the size of the club itself, which forces you to win.”

“When you coach Liverpool, you have the pressure of the fans, the club and the whole world.”

“The way it’s growing, I think it’s only a matter of time.”

“Rúben is a very good coach, one of the best in Portugal, he’s done an excellent job since Braga.”

“He has an in-depth knowledge of the game and has a close relationship with the players.”

“The way he’s growing, he won’t be in Portugal much longer.”

“It won’t be for lack of opportunities that he won’t leave Portugal.”

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Other names that have come to the forefront include Robert de Zerbi and Julian Nagelsmann, and there may be two or three more changes in the future.Bayern Munich as well as Barcelona are also looking for a new coach, and all may not be easy to decide.

In any case, Liverpool would like to sign a new coach as soon as possible in order to plan their reinforcement strategy for the coming season. Which manager will Liverpool entrust with the next era of Klopp’s reign?