Struggling Chelsea aim to sign Liverpool’s next managerial candidate, Ruben Amorim

Struggling Chelsea aim to sign Liverpool's next managerial candidate, Ruben Amorim Transfers

Sporting’s Ruben Amorim is close to replacing Jurgen Klopp as manager at Anfield, with talks reportedly already underway with the Portuguese coach, who, despite being 39 years old, has an excellent record in the domestic league and is experienced in European competitions, and is in the final stages.

Some media outlets report that talks are in the final stages. The managerial search has been halted by Chelsea, who have repeatedly made major reinforcements but have failed to improve their Premier League position.

HITC reported that Mauricio Pochettino’s future is uncertain due to a win ratio that is not commensurate with the amount of money he has invested, and that he is interested in a young Portuguese manager to replace him.

The Argentinian manager, who has been in charge of the London club this season, has acquired a number of young prospects, including Moises Caicedo, Christopher Enkunku, Cole Palmer and Nicolas Jackson, but they finished ninth in the Premier League and may fail to qualify for the European competition for the second year in a row.

The possibility of a second consecutive year of qualification for the European competition is increasing. However, it is unlikely that Pochettino will be cut after just one year. The experienced veterans have been released at once and the team has been rejuvenated.

His policy of nurturing the team over several years has not changed and he should remain in London beyond next season.

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